Toshiba’s electromagnetic flowmeters are ideal for industries such as power generation, HVAC, water/wastewater treatment, pulp & paper, metals, and food & beverage. Features include 0.2% accuracy, built-in surge protection and minimum straight pipe run. All Toshiba electromagnetic flowmeters are backed by a 10-year warranty. Isn’t it time for a mag meter?
Toshiba’s Mount-Anywhere Magmeter has saved thousands of customers thousands of dollars in installation costs by reducing or eliminating the cost of wiring, fence, labor, pipe, conduit, and space. The Mount-Anywhere characterized coil technology allows flow measurement to better than 0.5% of rate accuracy only one diameter from the flange of an elbow, valve in line sizes up to 18″.
The Mount-Anywhere Magmeter is the world’s first and only true-flow, profile-immune magmeter. There is no need to re-pipe the process or to design long straight runs ahead of time to ensure the magmeter will meet its published accuracy specification. The Mount-Anywhere Magmeter is ideal for use as a universal magmeter with its ability to be installed virtually anywhere in the plant. This model is the successor of LF434/LF620, LF434/LF622.
Premium Value – Flanged
The GF630PV Magnetic Flowmeter Premium Value Series is one of the greatest values in the magmeter market. It is economically-priced, yet loaded with features not found in many top-of-the-line conventional magmeters. The meter is built with Toshiba’s reputation for high quality, and the detector has a 40-year MTBF rating using military specification (MIL-HDK-217F) standards.
What good is saving a few extra dollars on a low quality stripped down magmeter if the add-on cost and ownership cost can actually add thousands of dollars to the original price of the meter? The GF630PV is available in sizes from 1/2 to 24 inches, and liner materials are available in polyurethane, teflon, and rubber.
Flanged (Large) – LF664
The LF664 uses Faraday’s Law of Electromagnetic Induction to measure the process flow. The device consists of two units; the first is a detector, through which the fluid to be measured flows and in which low level signals proportional to flow rates are obtained. The second unit is a converter which supplies excitation current to the detector, amplifies the signals from the detector, and processes and converts the signals into the 4 to 20 mA DC current signal. Model LF664 is available