Interphex 2006: Electromagnetic flow sensor

03/14/2006


Process Control

Optiflux 6000 electromagnetic flow sensor for hygienic applications from Krohne is one of nine in a family featuring application, accuracy, and instrument diagnostics. It will be featured at Interphex 2006 in New York next week.

New York, NY —Krohne’s Optiflux 6000 electromagnetic flow sensor for hygienic applications in the pharmaceutical industry recently received 3A sanitary rating 28-03. The device is on display at Interphex 2006 at the Javits Convention Center here next week.
Suitable for steaming in place (SIP) and cleaning in place (CIP) applications, the device is FDA/3A approved and EHEDG certified. It is capable of conductivity of non water >1
Model is one of nine in the Optiflux family featuring “3 x 100%” diagnostics to provide continuous information on the state of the flowmeter, measurement, and notification of unnoticed application faults. These include application diagnostics to monitor the flow profile, accuracy diagnostics to monitor flowmeter performance, and instrument diagnostics to perform, among others, self checks for damage caused by incompatible liquids or high temperatures.
Interphex 2006 pharmaceutical and medical manufacturing conference and exposition runs Mar. 21-23. Click here for more on the event.

—Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Jeanine Katzel, senior editor, jkatzel@reedbusiness.com





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