Create process transparency. Lower energy consumption. Save resources.
Precise measurement results of the volumetric flow, flow rate, and temperature are key figures for an efficient process management. A high signal quality ensures that the process can be operated with the highest reliability, minimal use of resources, and the lowest possible energy consumption. Volumetric and calorimetric sensors are used in all liquid media.
Universally applicable for aqueous liquids, regardless of the viscosity and conductivity of the medium
Quick installation regardless of the direction or position
Hygiene and industrial version available
Suitable for particularly small flow quantities from 10 cm/s
Maintenance-free – no movable parts
Limited pressure and energy loss
Magnetic inductive vs. calorimetric measurement principle
Both technologies can be used to measure the flow rate (m/s) in the measuring tube. The magnetic inductive flow sensor uses this information to calculate the volume flow (m3/h), while the calorimetric sensor uses the temperature signal (°C) to determine the output flow rate. Both processes are used to capture and control flowing processes. To determine the optimal technology to be used, the medium, the process environment, and the desired control integration must be taken into account. Baumer supplies the most efficient measurement method for all cases.
Volumetric measurement applications
Magnetic inductive flow meters provide precise volume measurements of electroconductive liquids from water, sewage water, chemicals, or liquids with suspended solids for hygienic or industrial applications. The sensors are available in a choice of hygienic or industrial design to match the application.
Reporting of filling and emptying processes
Dosage of cleaner concentrate solutions
Monitoring of cooling circuits
Calorimetric measurement applications
Calorimetric flow sensors measure the flow rate of aqueous media independently of the conductivity in hygienic and industrial applications.
Detection of the flow velocity in CIP supply and return lines
Ensuring the supply of media for dry-run protection of pumps
Energy and function monitoring of heating and cooling circuits
Safeguarding tool cooling in fast running machines