Thermal Mass Flowmeters

Dec. 1, 2020
Endress+Hauser's Proline t-mass F/I 300/500 flowmeters ensure high measurement accuracy with excellent repeatability, even when process and ambient conditions significantly fluctuate.
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The Proline t-mass F/I 300/500 flowmeters are designed for measuring pure gases and gas mixtures. Even when process and ambient conditions significantly fluctuate, t-mass ensures high measurement accuracy (±1.0%) with excellent repeatability (±0.25%). T-mass F and I can operate at process temperatures up to 356°F and pressures up to 580 psi. The t-mass 300/500 measuring system has been developed in accordance with IEC 61508, SIL 2 and can be used in safety-related applications. The measuring system is equipped with a “Gas Engine” software model to calculate the mass flow of a gas under current process conditions. The Gas Engine also calculates flow velocity, reference density, corrected volume, and energy flow for current operating conditions, provides exact measurements, and offers dynamic corrections. 

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