SICK Ltd FLOWSIC600 DRU
The innovative FLOWSIC600 DRU gas flow meter for upstream applications based on the FLOWSIC600. With a measuring range of up to 150:11, the FLOWSIC600 DRU also covers flow ranges that previously required several orifice plates. Low manufacturing tolerances and wet-gas tolerant ultrasonic sensors ensure consistently low measurement uncertainty, even under challenging conditions. SICK, therefore, makes it possible to skip the otherwise common cost-intensive high-pressure flow calibration. The FLOWSIC600 DRU enables real-time diagnostics of devices and processes and is virtually maintenance-free – even with high liquid loads.
1 Increasing measurement uncertainty at flow speeds of less than 0.9 m/s.
At a glance
- Wide measuring range that covers the measuring ranges of several orifice plates
- Precision manufactured 10D inlet piping included
- Accuracy of ± 1% – no high-pressure flow calibration required
- Capable of remote diagnostics
- Design for wet gas applications
- New diagnostic feature – wet gas detection
- Low maintenance
- Low initial investment – precise measurement without an expensive high-pressure flow calibration
- Low subsequent investments – no costly measurement station upgrades or orifice plate changeovers thanks to the wide measuring range
- Lower operating costs – long maintenance-free operation, and servicing only when required as indicated by remote diagnostics
- High-reliability thanks to real-time monitoring of all device diagnostics data
- Extended process monitoring with unique wet gas detection feature
- Better measurement accuracy than orifice measurements under wet gas conditions
- Long service life thanks to the moisture- and contamination-resistant encapsulated ultrasonic sensors
Industrial automation is changing at an extremely rapid pace. As an innovation leader on the vanguard of developing cutting-edge sensor technology, SICK offers solutions today that are ready for the challenges of the future – with intelligent sensors that collect data, evaluate it in real time, adapt to their environment, and communicate in the network.