Ultrasonic Flow Meter
Using an ultrasonic flow meter is a simple and accurate means to measure and record flow rates in pipework. Coltraco Ultrasonics is a leading Ultrasonic Flow Meter manufacturer of the Portasonic® 2.FL0 third-generation handheld ultrasonic flow metering. You can convert flow rate results into pressure with Portasonic® CALCULATOR. Or choose Permaflow® for constant flow rate monitoring.
Fixed, clamp-on, ultrasonic transit time flow and heat meter. Measure and monitor volumetric flow rate, mass flow rate, energy (heat quantity) flow rate – from one instrument
Fully non-invasive (no drilling required) for measuring the flow rates of most liquids with gas/solid content less than 10% of volume, with 4 – 20 mA outputs and PT100 thermometer integration.
Built-in signal oscilloscope for sensor positioning and diagnostics to achieve maximum accuracy with the measurement while providing visibility of the potential issues.
Connection to PC available as standard using both RS232 and built-in USB as well as 4 – 20 mA inputs which is available as an optional plug in.
All measured values can be totalised giving total flow rate measured during a particular measuring session.
Commercial building heat metering, fuel montoring, waste water and many more.
Ability to incorporate PT100 thermometer inputs so heat quantity measurement can be monitored alongside flow rate
Tablet-based Flow to Pressure Calculator using flow rate results from the Portasonic®. The only instrument capable of determining the pressure required to drive fluids at a specified flow speed
Software on robust 7” electronic tablet giving the world’s first capability in calculating the pressure required to pump a liquid along a pipe that is travelling at the flow speed measured by the Portasonic®.
For Portasonic 2.FL0 customers: The perfect product and Award Winning Portasonic to save your flow and pressure results for better reporting. Combine calculated pressure with readings from the Portasonic® 2.FL0 to verify measured flow speeds and rates against a fixed pressure gauge in the system.
Multi-Purpose: Works on 23 different common pipe materials: ABS, aluminium, asbestos, carbon steel, cast iron, cement, copper, ductile iron, epoxy, fibre glass, glass, GRP, lead, nylon, PE, PP, PTFE, PVC, rubber, stainless 403, stainless 316, steel, Teflon.
Calculate quickly and easily using an intuitive touchscreen tablet.
Save data to records and export via USB or email to ensure traceability.
Accounts for temperature and material roughness to produce results of the highest empirical accuracy.
Save the results from your Portasonic 2.FLO; record and download inspection reports. Filter records by date or by pipe.
Facilitate determination of the expected wear and tear on the system caused by pressure. Facilitate risk assessment of high pressure systems.
Non-invasive for measuring the flow rates of most clean liquids in pipes with gas/solid content less than 10% of volume, built-in thickness gauge and ability to incorporate heat quantity measurements
3rd Generation Portable Clamp-on Ultrasonic Transit Time Flow Meter
For Portasonic 2.FL0 customers: The perfect product and Award Winning Portasonic to save your flow, acoustic and pressure results for better reporting. Combine calculated pressure with readings from the Portasonic® 2.FL0 to verify measured flow speeds and rates against a fixed pressure gauge in the system.
Commonly used for fire sprinkler systems, waste water, fuel monitoring, foam proportioner testing.
Measure wall thickness (includes A-scan functionality), volumetric flow rate, mass flow rate, energy (heat quantity) flow rate all from one instrument.
All measured values can be totalised giving you the total flow rate that has been measured during a particular measurement session.
Unique Human Machine Interface (HMI) driven menu that emphasises intuitiveness and user-friendliness.
Capable of working on pipes DN15 – DN 2500, across multiple different pipes/pipe sections. Large internal database of pipe, fluid and lining materials (19+ for fluids, 23+ for pipe and lining materials)
Clamp-on therefore no installation costs such as drilling into pipes and no downtime to the pipe network is present
Measures flow velocities between 0.01 m/s – 25m/s.
It has a built-in signal oscilloscope for sensor positioning and diagnostics to achieve maximum accuracy with the measurement while providing visibility of the potential issues with the installation for troubleshooting purposes.
The fluid cannot damage the flowmeter, which could contribute to a longer lifespan and lower maintenance cost compared to inline flowmeters which are in contact with the fluid and risk being damaged by the pressurised flowing fluid
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