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46 Flow Level Pressure Non-invasive Flow Measurement of Cryogenic Fluids – FLUXUS Cryo


FLEXIM is introducing a superior measuring solution for cryogenic fluids down to -190°C: the non-invasive ultrasonic flow meter FLUXUS Cryo. FLUXUS Cryo provides a solution for all cases where reliable and trouble-free cryogenic flow measurement is required, such as LNG applications at carrier off-loading and ship-to-ship loading, flow measurement on FSRUs as well as at peak shaving plants. Other cryogenic applications include flow measurement of media such as liquid ethane, liquid air, liquid nitrogen and liquid oxygen.


Independent of the pipe size - from 3” lines in peak shaving plants to 36” pipes for tanker off-loading to storage tanks – the system’s measuring accuracy and reliability meets all monitoring, control and SIS purposes.


As the meter is mounted externally to the pipe, there are no moving or vibrating parts that could lead to increased maintenance efforts, no impulse lines susceptible to freezing/blocking, nor are there any internal components that could cause pressure drops. Besides its high accuracy and reliability, FLUXUS Cryo features a high operational safety: As the meter is mounted outside the pipe, there are no gaskets, no potential leakage points and thus no risk for flashing.


Moreover, the system is highly cost-effective. For installation no pipework modification is needed and the system can be installed even with limited space conditions (e.g. FLNG loading arms) with minimal effort and without the need for any lifting gear. Capital expenditure is further reduced as FLUXUS Cryo is highly flexible in regard to applicable pipe sizes, does not create inefficient pressure-losses and is virtually maintenance-free.


FLUXUS Cryo is based on FLEXIM’s patented WaveInjector technology for extreme temperatures which is in use at thousands of measurement points at major Oil & Gas producers.


New Generation of Liquid and Solid Level Measurement Products in Announced


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Peabody, MA: KROHNE, Inc. announces a new generation of liquid and solids level measurement products featuring better measurement performance, enhanced software and an improved and more powerful signal processor. The new product families include both 24 gigahertz (GHz) and 80 GHz versions, which further increase the accuracy and range of measurement on the devices. Antennas for each model are designed to meet application-specific installations. Also available is a retrofit path for those with older style models who want to keep their existing antennas and upgrade electronics without losing the hermetic seal on the tank.


New liquid level measurement devices include OPTIWAVE 5400 (24 GHz) for liquids in basic process applications; OPTWAVE 7400 (24 GHz) for agitated and corrosive liquids; OPTIWAVE 7500 (80 GHz) for liquids in narrow tanks with internal obstructions; and OPTIWAVE 3500 (80 GHz) for liquids with hygienic requirements. These replace the OPTIWAVE 7300.


Solids level measurement devices include OPTIWAVE 6400 (24 GHz) for solids ranging from granulates to rocks and OPTIWAVE 6500 (80 GHz) for powders and dusty atmospheres. These are new devices for replacing the OPTIWAVE 6300 in the product line.


Current OPTIWAVE 6300 and OPTIWAVE 7300 devices will be phased out at the end of 2017. Spare parts will be available during 2018 and later.


KROHNE is also providing an upgrade path that enables users with an older style OPTIWAVE 7300 to leave the radar antenna installed on the tank top. Users simply plug in new electronics – with no loss of hermetic seal between the tank top and electronics. For More Info, email:


43124pr@reply-direct.com New Radar Transmitter


Introducing the NivuFlow 550 NIVUS present an easy-to-operate flow metering transmitter The new transmitter in combination with a radar sensor enables contactless flow measurement in open channels and part filled pipes. To accurately detect and to compute flow rates NIVUS have developed new dynamic hydraulic models. These models have been created for the widest range of canal shapes based on alternating filling levels.


Upon request the system is also available for use in Ex zone 1. The compact transmitter design permits easy and space-saving installation in control cabinets using DIN rails. A weatherproof cover for outdoor use is available even in IP 68.


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The graphic display and the intuitive operating concept of the NivuFlow 550 allow quick and easy commissioning of the flow measurement system. Thanks to extended diagnostic options running processes can be analysed professionally directly on site. Furthermore the unit provides remote maintenance options via Internet.


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Flow metering using the radar sensor is suitable mainly for applications featuring aggressive or abrasive media. Moreover the radar measurement system is ideal for applications with sedimentation since the radar sensor is fastened outside of or above the medium. Furthermore NivuFlow 550 stands out for the use even in applications with shooting discharge and low flow levels.


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Collaboration with SignalFire Wireless Telemetry to Introduce New Intrinsically Safe Wireless Flow Transmitter


AW-LAKE COMPANY in collaboration with SignalFire Wireless Telemetry introduces an Intrinsically Safe Wireless Flow Transmitter that wirelessly forwards flow data anywhere in the world with an Internet connection.


• Active flow alarms • Chemical & Petrochemical • Fuel cells • OEM applications


Guide to Flowmeter Selection


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AW-Lake’s TRG turbine or JV-CG or JV-KG positive displacement flow meter with a SignalFire Sentinel radio node, this innovative new wireless flow meter works in a mesh network to send data via Modbus to a Gateway where it is transferred to a PC, PLC or other control system. The wireless radio nodes install themselves automatically in the network and adapt to changes such as data volume, radio transmission conditions and power source conditions. ISM bands sustain radio signal strength through terrain, structures, or weather for a range of up to a ½ mile.


Ideal for applications with a limited power source or not power at all, the SFS-WP Intrinsically Safe Wireless Flow Transmitter incorporates an internal high capacity lithium battery that powers the passive inductive flow sensor and radio node for years, even in low temperatures. The flow transmitter can be configured for


check-in intervals between five seconds to one hour to save battery life. Flow rate and total data configurations are available.


the need for expensive cabling, the Wireless Flow Transmitter installs anywhere in minutes with an easy thread-installation. Units cost less than running 60 feet of conduit. Featuring an intrinsically safe design, units operate in hazardous areas where hostile or volatile materials and liquids exist. For More Info, email:


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