Proline t-mass 65F, 65IEndress+Hauser3
Function and system design
Thermal dispersion principleThe thermal principle operates by monitoring the cooling effect of a gas stream as it passes over a heatedtransducer (PT100).Gas flowing through the sensing section passes over two PT 100 RTD transducers one of which is usedconventionally as a temperature sensing device, whilst the other is used as a heater. The temperature sensormonitors the actual process values whilst the heater is maintained at a constant differential temperature abovethis by varying the power consumed by the sensor. The greater the mass flow, the greater the cooling effect and power required to maintain the differential temperature. The measured heater power is therefore ameasure of the gas mass flowrate.
The measuring system consists of a transmitter and a sensor. Two versions are available:•Compact version: transmitter and sensor form a single mechanical unit.•Remote version: transmitter and sensor are mounted physically separate from one another.
•Two-line liquid-crystal display •Configuration using push button operation
•Flanged version•Nominal diameters DN 15 to 100 (½" to 4")•Sensor body material:- 1.4404, 316L- CF3M•Transducer body material:- 1.4404, 316L, Alloy C22
•Insertion version•Sensor length 235/335/435/608 for DN 80 to 1500(9.25"/13.2"/17.1"/23.9" for line size 3" to 60")•Sensor body material:1.4404, 316/316L•Transducer body material:1.4404/316L, Alloy C22