Mass Flow Meter for Air and Gases

Compressed air is the most expensive form of energy in manufacturing plants and accounts for up to 20% of the overall energy costs. Thermal mass flow meters are ideal for monitoring compressed air networks, meter the consumption, detect leakages and save costs.

Their operation is vased on the hot-film anemometer principle and measure the mass flow or standard flow irrespective or pressure and temperature. Besides the compressed air supply, the mass flow meters can also be used with non-corrosive and non-aggressive gases like oxygen, nitrogen or CO2.

Flowmeter Products

  • EE741 - flow meter for compressed air and gases

    EE741

    Modular, compact in-line flow meter for DN15 to DN50

    The modular inline flow meter is dedicated for metering and monitoring of compressed air and technical gases in DN15 to DN50 (1/2" - 2") pipes. Outstanding measuring accuracy due to multi-point factory adjustment at 7 bar (102psi) air pressure.

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  • Flow meter EE771

    EE771

    Inline mass flow meter DN15 - DN50

    The inline mass flow meter for DN15 - DN50 (1/2" - 2") and up to 16 bar (232 psi). The measurement ball valve permits rapid installation and removal with only a short interruption of the flow.

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  • Mass flow meter EE772

    EE772

    Inline Mass flow meter DN40 – DN80

    Multifunctional inline mass flow meter for DN40 - DN80 (1 1/2" - 3") up to 40 bar (580 psi). Gauge mounting block with hot tap valve for installation and removal without interruption of the flow. Mounting possibility for pressure and dew point sensors.

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  • Mass flow meter EE776

    EE776

    Insertion mass flow meter for DN50 - DN700 (2" - 28") and up to 16 bar (232 psi)

    Insertion mass flow meter with patented non-return protection for secure mounting. Use in pipelines DN50 up to DN700 (2" to 28"). Installation and removal without interruption of the flow.

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