Coriolis mass flowmeter and transmitter series
Yokogawa's Rotamass Total Insight (TI) series of Coriolis mass flowmeters and transmitters are designed for process industries such as oil and gas, chemical, pharmaceuticals, and foods.
Yokogawa's Rotamass Total Insight (TI) series of Coriolis mass flowmeters and transmitters are designed to optimize operations and reduce maintenance costs at all phases of the product lifecycle. They are designed for process industries such as oil and gas, chemical, pharmaceuticals, and foods. The Rotamass TI product portfolio consists of six sensor product lines and two transmitters that can be configured to suit the specific requirements of an application. The sensor product lines have each been designed for specific application requirements and process conditions, be it high pressure or high temperature applications or processes involving hygienic or cryogenic conditions. The general-purpose and high-end transmitters all come with an ac/dc universal power supply and can be flexibly configured to handle a range of functions.
They also feature a process guard function that can be used to select event patterns for the issuance of alarms, configure the triggering of data logging based on alarms or manually set points, and specify whether data is to be backed up to a microSD card for use in root cause analysis. A maintenance manager function is designed to monitors all key sensing elements while the flowmeter is in use, yielding data that can be used to minimize disruptions and thereby reduce maintenance costs. All data can be stored on a microSD card for easy data transfer. A feature on demand (FOD) option is available that allows users to upgrade already installed flowmeters by adding new product functions such as the tube health check and a concentration measurement function.
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