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FPI/SPI Flujómetros de Inserción

El FPI Mag de McCrometer es un flujómetro de inserción completa que combina su facilidad de instalación con una medición precisa en todos los puntos de la tubería, en cualquiera de las direcciones del fluido. Esto se logra con un principio de funcionamien
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FPI/SPI FLUJOMETROS DE INSERCION

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APLICACION MODELO TECNOLOGIA MARCA
Flujo FPI/SPI Inserción McCrometer
FUNCION CODIGO SECCION
FPI/SPI Flujómetros de Inserción. 11-1005 11

The only hot tap full profile Insertion Flow Meter.

Maintaining and updating municipal water facilities and industrial process plants is a constant challenge. The FPI Mag and SPI Mag Insertion Flow Meters are the ideal retrofit solution. With their hot-tap installation and plugand- play converter, these meters can be installed rapidly and easily without service interruption. This allows you to provide 24/7 operation while improving process control and ensuring delivery accountability.

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Ease of hot tap installation
The FPI Mag (Full Profile Insertion) Flow Meter installs without interrupting service, de-watering lines, cutting pipe or welding flanges. The easy hot tap installation makes the FPI Mag particularly cost-effective for retrofit application replacing flow meters, or in sites never metered before.

Economical for medium and large line sizes
The total installed cost of conventional full bore meters increases dramatically as the pipe diameter increases due to greater materials costs and more complex installation. Installation costs for medium and large lines are reduced more than 45% by eliminating the need for heavy equipment or extensive manpower. In comparison, the Full Profile Insertion Mag offers unbeatable value in both cost of installation and cost of ownership. This makes the FPI Mag the preferred choice for municipal water and wastewater.

Insertion design for total accessibility
The insertion design fits in confined spaces and offers total accessibility. The Full Profile Insertion Mag is removable in pipes under pressure for easy inspection, cleaning, calibration or verification with our NIST traceable lab.

Multi-electrodes deliver accurate full profile
The Full Profile Insertion Mag's unique operating principle delivers accuracy unmatched by other insertion mag meters and rivals the performance of a full-bore mag meter. Continuous measurement across the entire flow profile compensates for variable flow profiles, including swirls and turbulent conditions.

Robust construction for operational longevity
The sensor body is made from heavy-duty 316 stainless steel for maximum structural integrity. A NSF certified 3M fusion-bonded epoxy coating ensures superior long-term operation.

Virtually no recalibration or maintenance
The FPI Mag’s highly stable flow sensor comes precalibrated from McCrometer's NIST traceable Calibration Lab and requires no recalibration in the field. With no moving parts, the FPI Mag’s simply designed sensor contains nothing to wear or break, and it is generally immune to clogging by sand, grit or other debris.

Municipal Water and Wastewater Treatment
The Full Profile Insertion Mag supports a wide range of water and wastewater treatment applications:

Water

  • Distribution
  • Effluent
  • Pumping Stations
  • UV Dosing
  • Filter Balancing & Backwash
  • Wells & Booster Stations


Wastewater

  • Effluent
  • Recycle /Reclaim


Industrial Facilities
The Full Profile Insertion Mag is ideal for the following industrial plant applications:

  • Chilled Water
  • Cooling Water


How it works

Both the FPI and SPI Mag operate based on Faraday's law of electromagnetic induction. The FPI Mag’s streamline sensor features multiple electrodes across the entire pipe diameter. Electrode pairs are located so that each pair measures an equal cross-sectional area. The velocity measurements are added and averaged, providing an area-weighted average velocity across the pipe’s centerline. Flow is then calculated by multiplying the average velocity by the cross-sectional area of the pipe.

The SPI Mag’s flow sensor first generates an electromagnetic field that creates a voltage in the liquid. Two velocity electrodes and the ground electrodes then measure this voltage. A faster water velocity produces higher voltage, indicating a higher rate of liquid flow.








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