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Vortex Flowmeters
EF200-C Series

TLV Vortex Flowmeter

Reliable flow measuring system for steam, air and water

High-performance vortex flowmeter with robust sensor for highly accurate volume or mass flow measurements of saturated and superheated steam, air and water.

Benefits and Features

  • Measures flow by means of the regular vortices (Karmen vortex) generated downstream of an object as fluid flows around the object.

  • Vortex flowmeters can be used to measure various fluids, such as liquids and gasses, and are particularly suitable for measuring steam.

  • DSC (Differential Switched Capacitance) sensor offers a wide measuring range, with a high resistance to thermal shock, vibration and water hammer.

  • Integrated pressure measuring unit enables mass flow calculation even for superheated steam at fluctuating pressures - all in one device. Optional for EF200F-C and EF200R-C.

  • Integrated flow computer calculates mass flow from measured volume flow and temperature variables.

  • Measures steam dryness fraction (80 to 100%) — Optional for EF200F-C.

  • Capable of simultaneous pulse (interval) and analog (instantaneous) output.

  • Requires no maintenance, has no moving parts, and experiences no zero point drift.

  • Low pressure drop through body.

Application Areas
Measures the flow of steam, condensate, water, etc.

TLV Vortex Flowmeter

EF200F-C / EF200R-C

TLV Vortex Flowmeter

EF200W-C

Vortex Flow Computer
EC351

TLV Flow Computer

Multi function flow computer for fluid applications

Compact flow computer combines signals from volumetric flowmeters with those from pressure, temperature and density sensors. Using appropriate flow equations, a wide range of important variables can be calculated and displayed.

Benefits and Features

  • Fast initial start-up possible using the “Quick Setup” program

  • Easy connection to and full compatibility with EF200 flowmeters

  • Wide range of important variables can be calculated and displayed

Application Areas
Measures the flow of steam, condensate, water, etc.

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