BADGER METER RELEASES HAZARDOUS LOCATION OPTION FOR RCT1000 CORIOLIS MASS FLOW METER

MILWAUKEE, WI --- Badger Meter has enhanced its new line of Coriolis flow meters by releasing a new explosion-proof transmitter with intrinsically safe sensors for RCT1000 Coriolis Mass Flow Meters. The hazardous location certification opens up an array of new applications for RCT1000 flow meters, including chemical and petrochemical processing, oil exploration and refining, and a wide variety of industrial processing applications in potentially hazardous environments.

The hazardous location certification applies to the RCT1000 dual tube Coriolis flow meters with 1/2 to 3 inch connectors and includes low flow options. The Coriolis flow meters are certified for Class I, Division 1 area and include a newly designed, integrally mounted, explosion-proof transmitter. The new transmitter offers an unlock feature to prevent accidental activation, as well as a local LCD display with optical buttons, which allow the operator to navigate the display through the glass without opening the enclosure. In addition to meter configuration, RCT Console software provides data logging, trend analysis and the HealthTrack feature allowing for advanced diagnostics of a flow process.

The Badger Meter RCT1000 Coriolis mass flow meter identifies flow rates by directly measuring fluid mass and density over a wide range of fluid temperatures and viscosities with a high degree of accuracy. Furthermore, the unobstructed, open flow design and measurement technique makes the RCT1000 suitable for a variety of fluids such as vegetable oils and fats, slurries, adhesives, coatings and hardeners, chemicals, petrochemicals, and other viscous, nonconductive fluids that are difficult to measure with other technologies.

Watch the RCT1000 Coriolis mass flow meter video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WSAl2ZVuFUE&feature=youtu.be  

For more information, visit http://www.badgermeter.com

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