Ultrasonic Flow Meter Takes A Bite Out Of Energy Costs

Fuji Electric Corp. of America (FEA) hasw developed a Spool Type Ultrasonic Flow Meter (FST) that employs wetted sensors to achieve precision accuracy, resulting in reduced energy costs. The flow meter is low maintenance and easy to use, with an accessible front panel and simple configuration and data management via PCs. With improved zero-point stability and sensitivity, it’s desirable for use in plant applications and filtration equipment.

 

The FST has a simplified front panel for easy configuration of parameters, and allows users to enter piping conditions or calculate sensor spacing without opening the cover. Designed as a global product, the device offers a backlit LCD and measurement results that are shown on the 16-digit two-line display in Japanese, English, German, French, or Spanish. More information awaits your perusal on the company’s website.

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Fuji Electric Corp. of America

Edison, NJ

732-560-9410

http://www.americas.fujielectric.com

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