Krohne Optiflux 4000 e/m flowmeter fulfils pulp and paper applications

Krohne Optiflux 4000 e/m flowmeter fulfils pulp and paper applications

The flowmeter features robust, fully-welded construction, full-bore pipe construction, no moving parts and wear-resistant liner materials, all designed for operation in harsh environments or with aggressive and abrasive media like those found in pulp and paper applications.

Part of the Optiflux line of flow sensors for process applications, the Optiflux 4000 has rugged construction to extend equipment lifetime. With corrosion-resistant and leak-tight electrodes, the Optiflux 4000 offers good corrosion, erosion and abrasion resistance. It is available with a wide choice of housing and flange materials including stainless steel, duplex and 6mo. To deal with the challenging noisy process fluids like extremely viscous pulp stock, low-noise electrode options are also available. The Optiflux 4000 features bi-directional flow metering and extensive diagnostic capabilities.

KROHNE offers a range of sizes for the Optiflux 4000, as well as special construction options and customized inner diameters and thicknesses. External coatings are available for subsoil installation. Also available are optional protective coating paint specifications in accordance with SO 12944. Every meter leaving the factory is wet-calibrated on KROHNE’s traceable calibration rigs.


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