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ABACUS COLD MAINS WATER METER TYPE EM SCALED 0-999 LITRES IN STEPS OF 1 LITRE


hosepipes. Not very accurate and certainly no consistent. Now, Hertfordshire company Aquameter has developed the ABACUS digital water measuring system for dispensing accurate preset quantities of water straight into mixing vessels, tanks, etc. Easy to install and simple to use, the ABACUS delivers repeatable results day in, day out, reliably and consistently. Thousands of units have been sold worldwide to a whole variety of industries where water is added to powders or granules for mixing purposes. Just dial in the batch amount required and press the start button. The unit stops the flow of water when the required quantity has been delivered - easy.


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Aquameter Ltd u 01992 442 861 u www.aquameter.co.uk


IECEX-CERTIFIED PROCESSING UNITS FOR INTRINSICALLY SAFE EGE SENSORS


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GE now offers IECEx-certified signal processing units for the growing range IECEx-approved two-wire


sensors. The certification greatly facilitates exporting the intrinsically safe sensors to many countries around the world – machine manufacturers and plant engineers can now use them in applications where they were previously barred or had to be specially certified in a tedious process. The type IKMb 122 Ex signal processing units connect to intrinsically safe EGE two-wire sensors for hazardous gas and dust atmospheres. They feature a space-saving, 22 mm wide DIN rail housing and are installed outside the hazardous area. Green, yellow, and red LEDs on the front side indicate the operating status and signal alarms, if the integrated cable breakage detection or the short-circuit monitoring is triggered. The output can be set as normally closed or normally open.


EGE u info@ege-elektronik.com u www.ege-elektronik.com


FIRST WRAS ‘CERTIFIED’ SUBMERSIBLE LEVEL SENSOR


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EGA Controls is proud to announce another innovative first for the water sector. They have achieved the first ever WRAS approval of a submersible


pressure sensor as a whole device. This means a full product certificate number registration and listing on the WRAS approved product list. The VEGAWELL submersible pressure sensor is the first and only transmitter of this type to be fully WRAS certified and meets the requirements of Regulation 31 (4)(b). The WRAS certification means it will not contaminate or harbour microbial growth when used in potable or drinking water. This enables it to be deployed anywhere on the water supply chain: from the heart of a water treatment facility, to monitoring in the network or measurement of drinking water on a business premises.


The Solution


The Vanguard WirelessHART® gas detector is ideal for the monitoring of toxic and combustible gases without the need for costly, fixed wiring. With a five year battery life and one button calibration, the Vanguard is easy to operate and maintain.


WirelessHART technology removes the physical and economic barriers associated with wired devices, reducing up to 90% of installed cost and can be applied in both field and plant networks. The lower price of design and installation makes it more cost-effective to add sensing devices at multiple locations, detecting leaks that might not be identified by a sparse array of wired units until the gas concentration had become critical.


• Wireless capability • Field interchangeable toxic & combustible gas sensors • Explosion-proof & intrinsically safe • Can be deployed virtually anywhere there is potential for a gas leak. • Up to 90% reduction in installed cost versus wired device • Interoperable with existing WirelessHART® networks and asset management systems (AMS)


• Easy calibration and operation • 5+ year battery life


VEGA u 01444 870055 u www.vega.com


ABLE u 0118 9311188 u www.able.co.uk


dding a preset quantity of water to a mix has long been carried out using pails or


WIRE LESS, SAVE MORE!


Introducing the Vanguard, the simple, fast solution to wireless gas detection.


The Problem


Gas detection systems covering all critical plant points have traditionally been specified in the Front End Engineering and Design phase (FEED) of a project, during which, all potential gas detection measurement must be mapped so appropriate power and signal wires are available. However, it is nearly impossible and typically, financially infeasible to ensure coverage for all possible points, resulting in less than ideal coverage.


The cost of adding one new gas detector measurement point, including that of obtaining “hot” work permits, running conduits for wires, burying them, and other installation details, can be in the region of £10,000 per device for land based systems and as much as 5 times more for offshore applications in the O&G industry.


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April 2019 Instrumentation Monthly


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