THE NEW FLOWSIC600-XT ULTRASONIC GAS FLOW METER
22 - October
As the follow-up to the successful FLOWSIC600, the FLOWSIC600-XT ultrasonic gas flow meter is setting new standards in its market segment. With four device variants available, the FLOWSIC600-XT can take on any challenge – whether it is being used as a stand-alone device or as part of a system solution – and delivers optimum measurement performance. Another pioneering feature is the innovative design, which has now been rewarded with the iF DESIGN AWARD 2016.
The FLOWSIC600 already provided absolute long-term stability in extreme ambient conditions, and now the four device variants in the FLOWSIC600-XT product family combine the features of their predecessors with unprecedented usability. Throughout their service life, they meet every requirement for safe, stable, and custody transfer gas quantity measurement.
Already when the FLOWSIC600-XT was presented to the public at the international oil and gas conference North Sea Flow in Norway, it received great acclaim for its innovative design from customers and competitors alike. The iF DESIGN AWARD 2016 is the ultimate proof that rugged measurement technology which offers the highest accuracy and longtime stability in a difficult industrial environment and appealing design can go hand in hand.
The FLOWSIC600-XT’s trend-setting design houses some impressive and innovative internal features: i-diagnostics™ for smart application diagnostics with a built-in solution wizard, and PowerIn Technology™, which continues to take measurements for up to three weeks in the event of a mains voltage failure. The FLOWSIC600-XT features an ideal combination of maximum measurement accuracy, long-term stability, and unparalleled operational safety, yet is not at all complicated to use.
The ultrasonic gas flow meters in the FLOWSIC600-XT product family are designed for custody transfer gas quantity measurements, satisfy the requirements of every current national and international standard, and are exceptionally simple to integrate into conventional System environments.