Flow measurement for raw water in water abstraction, potable water in water treatment and irrigation in water supply
Measuring the flow of wastewater in wastewater treatment plants, surface water and rainwater from stormwater tanks
When it comes to efficiency and supply networks, demands placed on water management are increasing. Highly precise flow measurement using reliable measuring instruments is more important than ever. The WATERFLUX 3070 is an electromagnetic water meter (EMF) used to measure flow in water abstraction wells, supply networks and in custody transfer. Large measuring ranges and even low flow volumes can be reliably measured using KROHNE water meters and volume flow measuring devices. Superior long-term stability and repeatability are guaranteed. Furthermore, the WATERFLUX 3000 sensor has set a new standard in the market for simplifying installation with zero inlet and zero outlet sections. In addition to superior accuracy, low maintenance requirements and low overall operating costs, the battery-powered electromagnetic flowmeter offers some other advantages compared to a mechanical water meter.
There is an increasing need in wastewater management to replace outdated infrastructure with highly precise water flowmeters and flow controllers. Due to the special conditions, a flowmeter must meet certain requirements. Partially filled pipes and open channels with severe contamination pose great challenges for operators when installing flowmeters. KROHNE’s TIDALFLUX 2300 is an electromagnetic flowmeter (EMF) featuring patented capacitive level measurement for use in partially-filled pipelines (up to DN1600/64”). The flow control is ideal for measuring wastewater and rainwater in gravity pipelines and sewers. Unlike conventional flowmeters, the inline flowmeter is a closed measuring solution without obstructions and with much better accuracy at lower total cost of ownership.