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Ultrasonic gas meter FLOWSIC500 - SICK

The cutting-edge technology for ultimate measurement accuracy: The new FLOWSIC500 ultrasonic compact gas meter from Sick enables highly accurate metering in natural gas distribution. In absence of mechanical moving parts, the FLOWSIC500 is a robust, fail-safe and low-maintenance device - allowing for a significant reduction in operating costs. It is overload-proof, accurate and is monitored by an intelligent diagnostics system.
 
Recalibration is simple and straightforward by replacing the cartridge. FLOWSIC500 can easily be integrated into existing measuring stations.
 
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The FLOWSIC500 operates either in an energy self-sufficient configuration or failsafe in network operation with battery back-up. It complies with all relevant standards and regulations. When utilized in transfer and measuring stations, FLOWSIC500 ensures the safety of a continuous and blockage free gas supply.
 
Features 
  • Cutting-edge technology: ultrasound;
  • Diagnostics and permanent operational check;
  • Robust and reliable without moving parts;
  • Replacable cartridge;
  • Straight inlet/outlet piping not required;
  • Overload-proof;
  • Optional integrated volume correction/data registration;
  • Battery or intrinsically safe power supply.
 
Advantages
  • Ultimate measurement certainty and safety of continuous gas supply;
  • Reduction of installation costs due to integrated volume correction;
  • Simple installation, compatible with conventional technologies (turbine and rotary displacement meters);
  • Minimal operating costs as nearly maintenance-free;
  • Simplified recalibration due to straightforward cartridge replacement;
  • Reliable under dynamic load changes;
  • Self-sufficient operation. 
 
Industries 
  • Natural gas distribution in transfer and measuring stations for municipal and regional gas suppliers;
  • Measuring stations in industrial and commercial applications;
  • Applications where continuous gas supply must be ensured.

F.Fonseca is the representative of SICK in Portugal.
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