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BEKO METPOINT® FLM Flow Meters

BEKO METPOINT® FLM Flow Meters

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Stationary S & X2 Flow Meter with Integrated Display

Beko Metpoint FLM Stationary X2 FeaturedThe precise measurement of the actual flow rate provides the foundation for various analyses, documentations and decisions in connection with compressed air systems. Possible overloading (e.g. excessive air velocities) or malfunctions can be quickly and reliably detected and this permits economically optimized dimensioning of the plant components. Moreover, the exact allocation of consumption percentages to the different stages of production is of great value for making fact-based business management decisions.

And not least, the flow rate measurement will indicate the loss of compressed air due to leakage. An important economic factor considering that every third compressor only runs to compensate for the loss of air!

BEKO METPOINT FLM devices can be simply and quickly installed - even under pressure conditions. With its variety of interfaces it is easy to integrate into existing process control systems.

   · Continuous measurement of flow rate and consumption
   · Reliable, simple and easy to use and understand
   · Data log is standard with DD109 display

 

 

Models

METPOINT® FLM Flow Meters

Beko Metpoint FLM Stationary S FeaturedFLM Stationary S

Includes:
Measuring section with integrated digital display
indicating actual flow and total consumption
Built-in flow sensor

Models Pipe Size (NPT) Flow Rate (scfm)
4017324 1/2" 0.1 - 50
4017325 3/4" 0.2 - 100
4017326 1" 0.3 - 170
4017327 1-1/2" 0.6 - 320
4017329 2" 1.2 - 530

 


 

Beko Metpoint FLM Stationary X2 FeaturedBEKO METPOINT® FLMe Economy Flow Meter

Includes:
DD081 Single Value Display
FS109 maximum speed flow sensor, 220 mm probe sensor
115V / 50-60Hz power supply
Connection cable

 

 

 

Specifications

Beko Metpoint FLM Stationary S FeaturedMETPOINT® FLM Stationary Device

Integrated Measuring Section: Measuring range scfm
1/2": 0.1 to 50
3/4": 0.2 to 100
1": 0.3 to 170
1-1/2": 0.6 to 320
2": 1.2 to 530

Sensor Type: 2 x silicium cup

Operating Temperature: -22 to 176 °F

Operating Pressure: up to 232 psig

Analog Output: 4 to 20 mA

Digital Output: USB Connection via SID Interface

Display Type: Integrated, Single Value Display

Measuring Principle: Thermal Mass


Beko Metpoint FLM Stationary X2 Featured

METPOINT® FLM X2 Stationary Device

Integrated Measuring Section: Designed for direct pipe mounting, without the integrated measuring section

Usable from ½" up to 12" pipe sections

Standard unit is capable of measuring from 0.12 to 23,275 scfm

Sensor Type: 2 x silicium cup

Operating Temperature: -22 to +176 °F (housing) / -22 to +230 °F (probe)

Operating Pressure: up to 580 psig

Analog Output: 4 to 20 mA

Digital Output: USB Connection via SID Interface

Display Type: External, Multiple Value Display

Measuring Principle: Thermal Mass

 

Features & Benefits

BEKO METPOINT FLM PipingHIGH MEASUREMENT ACCURACY
± 3% v.M. through thermal mass stainless sensor designed specifically for compressed air

INDEPENDENT RELIABILITY
Reliable measurement that is independent of temperature and pressure

EASY TO USE DISPLAY
Multi-function display is simple to use, easy to read, and offers expansion ports for additional sensors

LEAKAGE & CONSUMPTION MEASURING
Low range measurements are possible for recording leakage and consumption data

SUITABLE FOR VARIOUS APPLICATIONS
Portable and stationary versions offer users maximum flexibility

 

Beko Metpoint FLM Sensor

 

 

Applications

TYPICAL FIELDS OF APPLICATION

  • Pharmaceutical industry
  • Petrochemical industry
  • Plastics industry
  • Production plants
  • Automotive industry
  • Semi-conductor industry
  • Power stations
  • Metal working industry

For use with all types of compressed air or gas stream applications.
Using optional software, the default values of our stationary models can be adjusted to the parameters desired by the customer.

FUNCTION
Dual sensors are employed, one with a constant temperature difference, while the second detects the gas temperature in realtime. As the flow rate increases, more heat is removed and more power is required to keep the temperature of sensor one constant. The power required at sensor one and the temperature increase at sensor two are transferred into the corresponding flow rate.