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Non-intrusive flow measurement in hot apps

20 November 2009

Krohne's Optisonic 6300 XT for high temperature applications allows non-intrusive measurement of fluids with temperatures up to 200 0C or 392 0F

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The sensor and connection box of the Optisonic 6300 XT are made out of stainless-steel, special transducers are integrated in the sensor construction, and a protection sleeve for the signal cable is provided to prevent damage from hot pipes.

The Optisonic 6300 XT is available in two sensor types; small and medium, for diameter sizes DN 15 to DN 400. Target applications and markets for the Optisonic 6300 XT include heated hydrocarbons, molten sulphur, thermal oil, heat traced MDI, carbamate in the petrochemical and chemical industry, hot water for district heating and condensate in the energy industry and CIP/SIP processes in the food and beverage and pharmaceutical industry.

In these applications, Optisonic 6300 XT offers many benefits as it is easy to install, increases safety and provides accuracy and reliability.

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