The Concept of a turbine flow meter foundation fieldbus

In case of a turbine flow meter foundation fieldbus, the device works upon mechanical energy. The device uses the mechanical energy to rotate the rotor in a flow of water. It is designed in a unique way so as to be used not only at home but abroad also. The turbine blades are designed with such advanced technological skill that the flow stream is transformed into rotational energy. The turbine Meter is very light hence easy to install and handle. The sensors are typically placed outside the flowing medium to avoid the constraints of material construction. When the fluid moves fast, more pulses are generated at a faster rate. The transmitter processes the pulse signal to determine the flow of the fluid. Transmitters sense the flow of a liquid in both the forward and reverse directions.

Features of Turbine flow meter foundation fieldbus

• Turbine flow meter foundation fieldbus measures the velocity of liquids like water, gases and many other chemicals
• The accuracy level is very high, usually reaches from ±1%R to ±5%R, or even reach ±0.2%R

• Compact structure, easy to install and maintain

• Often incorporated the action of a flow computer to give correct pressure, measure and capacity of flow

• The signal resolution is very noticeable for a beginner who is using the product for the first time

• The body of the instrument is of stainless steel, which is an advatangeous feature for industrial point of view as stainless steel is less vulnerable to corrosion.

• The working procedure can be supported at a temperature within the range 10 -55 degree Celsius; relative humidity of 5-80% and an atmospheric pressure of 86- 106 K pa. In simple words, this means that the machine has strong endurance to a wide variation in temperature, pressure and all other environmental factors.
Application Cautions for Turbine Flow Meters

• Make sure to operate these flow meters above approximately 5 percent of maximum flow.

• Turbine flow meters should not be operated at high velocity because premature bearing wear and/or damage can occur.

• Be careful while measuring non-lubricating fluids

• Application in dirty fluids should generally be avoided so as to reduce the possibility of the wear and bearing damage.

• Abrupt transitions from the flow of a gas to that of a liquid should be avoided as they can mechanically stress the flow meter, degrade accuracy, and/or damage the flow meter.