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RMG Messtechnik GmbH

RMG MESSTECHNIK GMBH


Overview

Within the RMG group RMG Messtechnik GmbH based in Butzbach near Frankfurt with locations in Ebersberg near Munich and Beindersheim in South-West Germany produces the devices for gas measurement and covers with its manufacturing program nearly all fields of gas measurement. Most of the devices can be used for natural gas as well as for industrial gases such as ethylene or nitrogen. The three main categories are: Gas volume metering For the measurement of gas volumes or gas flow rates different kinds of gas meters (rotary displacement meters, turbine meters, vortex meters and ultrasonic meters) are available, in flow rate ranges between 2.5 and 110,000 m3/h. Volume correction The choice of the computers for the determination of the gas quantity (standard volume) and the energy contents, the volume correctors, reaches from the compact battery device up to the universal computer with PC technology which can execute all current methods of calculation. Gas quality measurement For the precise volume correction and energy calculation gas quality values such as the superior calorific value are required. Two devices are available for this purpose: a correlative measuring instrument and a high-precision

gas chromatograph which provides, in addition, the composition of natural gas. The manufacturing program is completed by two more product lines: Data storage and data analysis The traditional series of data loggers for meter readings, measuring values and analysis data are complemented with computer programs for readout and evaluation of the registered data. Gas odorization systems Although the gas odorization systems for the admixture of odor substances to odorless gases like natural gas do not belong to the measuring instruments, their production in our factory is a long standing tradition and the quality of these devices is not lower than that of the measuring instruments. The devices are available individually or as a complete measuring system with ready-wired electrical cabinets. In addition, we offer services like startup, recalibration and maintenance of the devices as well as product trainings. The other companies of the RMG group extend the range of products by gas regulators, safety devices and a lot more.

CONTENTS
Gas measuring technology

Controlling and monitoring of technical processes require comprehensive experience in all fields of process engineering. RMG measuring systems guarantee public utilities and industrial customers optimized accuracy. They satisfy the most stringent quality requirements and are permanently available dependable economical easy to maintain expandable. We offer you tailor-made and complete solutions for all applications in gas engineering and instrumentation. More informations you find on our website http://www.rmg.com. There you can also download our actual leaflets and manuals.

Our products and services Volume Meters Turbine Meters Encoder index Rotary Displacement Meters Ultrasonic Flowmeter Vortex Meters Electronic Correctors Compact Correctors Volume Correctors Flow Computers Data Loggers Devices for Meter Readings and Analysis data Gas Analyzers Prozess Gas Chromatograph Gas Quality Measuring Device Oxygen measuring device Data Readout / Data Evaluation Systems for Data Readout Software for Data Evaluation Gas Odorization Systems Gas Odorization Units Control Units Ancillary Equipment Data Logger Counter System Accessories for Gas Analyzers Turnkey Metering Stations Cabinets Process Visualization Miscellaneous

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TURBINE METERS
Mechanical gas meters for custody transfer applications

Turbine Meter TRZ 03


For custody transfer applications DIN-DVGW-tested and PTB-approved Design according to EN 12261 LF and HF pulse transmitters in the meter head HF pulse transmitters for turbine wheel and reference wheel Design also suitable for corrosive media (biogas, etc.) Max. operating pressure pmax 100 bar Meter sizes G 65 to G 16000 Measuring ranges 10 - 25000 m3/h up to 1:30 (low-pressure calibration) and up to 1:50 with high-pressure test depending on nominal diameter and meter size Connections DN 50 (2) to DN 600 (24), flanges up to PN 100 and ANSI 600, horizontal or vertical gas flow Type "F" - Standard Without mechanical drive shafts in the meter head Type "F-D" - Option (from DN 80 upwards) Mechanical drive shafts in the meter head Type "E" - Option Without meter head, only with electronic pulse transmitters

Turbine Meter TRZ 03-L


With perforated-plate straightener, no additional inlet pipe required For custody transfer applications LF and HF pulse transmitters in the meter head HF pulse transmitters for turbine wheel Design also suitable for corrosive media (biogas, etc.)

Max. operating pressure pmax 100 bar Meter sizes G 65 to G 16000 Measuring ranges 10 - 25000 m3/h up to 1:30 (low-pressure calibration) and up to 1:50 with high-pressure test depending on nominal diameter and meter size Connections DN 50 (2) to DN 600 (24), flanges up to PN 100 and ANSI 600, horizontal or vertical gas flow Type "F" - Standard Without mechanical drive shafts in the meter head Type "F-D" - Option (from DN 80 upwards) Mechanical drive shafts in the meter head

TURBINE METERS
Electronic gas meters for custody transfer applications

Turbine Meter TRZ 03-TE/TEL


For custody transfer applications DIN-DVGW-tested and PTB-approved Electronic totalizing unit (battery-operated, min. service life 6 years) Measurement with 2 Wiegand sensors Digital transmission of totalizer readings is possible Explosion protection: II 2 G EEx ib II C T 4 LF and HF pulse transmitters in the meter head Flow display Current output (external power supply unit required) Design also suitable for corrosive media (biogas, etc.) Max. operating pressure pmax 100 bar Meter sizes G 100 to G 16000 Measuring ranges 13 - 25000 m3/h up to 1:30 (low-pressure calibration) and up to 1:50 with high-pressure test depending on nominal diameter and meter size Connections DN 80 (2) to DN 600 (24), flanges up to PN 100 and ANSI 600, horizontal or vertical gas flow

Transmitter unit for meter reading ENCO


For gathering and digitally transmitting original turbine meter readings PTB-approved Meter reading can be adjusted digitally Custody transfer transmission of meter readings in accordance with the data protocol as per DSfG-AK Primary devices with a digital interface ENCO-F Installation on meter head of type F Retrofitting Sensor in the meter head are used to obtain the meter readings Flow display Display of maximum values Sensors in the meter head are used to obtain the meter readings ENCO-M Installation on a mechanical drive shaft Direction of rotation of the mechanical drive shaft can be programmed Also for other suppliers of the turbine meter

MECHANICAL GAS METERS


Mechanical and electronic Volumeters

Volumeter TRZ 03-K


For secondary applications LF and HF pulse transmitters in the meter head HF pulse transmitters for turbine wheel and reference wheel Design also suitable for corrosive media (biogas, etc.)

Electronic Volumeter TERZ 94


For secondary applications Electronic totalizing unit (battery-operated, min. service life 6 years) Explosion protection: EEx ib II C T 4 LF and HF pulse transmitters in the meter head Design also suitable for corrosive media (biogas, etc.) Flow display Resettable totalizer Current output (external power supply unit required) Electronic suppression of the slow-down effect of a turbine wheel after flow stop is possible Max. operating pressure pmax 100 bar Measuring ranges 2.5 - 25000 m3/h Connections DN 25 (1) to DN 600 (24), flanges up to PN 100 and ANSI 600, horizontal or vertical gas flow Standard design Flanged end for sizes from DN 50 (2) to DN 600 (24) Options Sandwich design for sizes from DN 50 (2) to DN 250 (10) Threaded-end design for sizes from DN 25 (1) to DN 40 (1 1/2)

Max. operating pressure pmax 100 bar Measuring ranges 6 - 25000 m3/h Connections DN 50 (2) to DN 600 (24), Flanges up to PN 100 and ANSI 600, horizontal or vertical gas flow Standard design Flanged end for sizes from DN 50 (2) to DN 600 (24) Options Sandwich design for sizes from DN 50 (2) to DN 250 (10) Threaded-end design for sizes from DN 25 (1) to DN 40 (1 1/2) Type "F-D" (from DN 80 upwards) with mechanical drive shafts in the meter head

ULTRASONIC FLOWMETERS, ROTARY DISPLACEMENT METERS


Gas meters for custody transfer applications

Ultrasonic Flowmeter USZ 08


For custody transfer applications PTB-approved Design according to ISO 17089 and AGA 9 Usable from pabs = 1 bar upwards Calibration with air in conjunction with high pressure testing acc. to TR G7 High accuracy High stability to perturbations 6-path design Easy to operate High flow velocity (up to 40 m/s) results in smaller nominal meter diameters For use in Ex-zone 1 Sturdy and dirt-repellent sensors made of titanium Sensor change without recalibration Max. operating pressure pmax 100 bar (optionally 250 bar) Measuring ranges 13 - 110000 m3/h large measuring range up to 1:100 Connections DN 100 to DN 1000 flanges acc. to DIN or ANSI Interfaces DZU protocol Service interface Output signals 0/4 - 20 mA current outputs Pulse outputs

Rotary Displacement Meters RMG 130, DKZ 04


For custody transfer applications For natural gas and all non-corrosive gases Horizontal or vertical position No inlet or outlet pipes required Can be combined with compact volume correctors Max. operating pressure pmax 16 bar RMG 132-A: Design acc. to EN 12480 Aluminium case Setting of the totalizer depending on the direction of flow at the measuring point without breaking seals Meter sizes G 40 to G 160 Measuring ranges 0.8 - 250 m3/h Connections DN 40 to DN 100, flanges PN 16 DKZ 04: Spheroidal cast iron case Meter head with integriated LF pulse transmitter Optionally with mechanical drive shaft Meter sizes G 40 to G 1000 Measuring ranges 0.65 - 1600 m3/h Connections DN 50 to DN 200, flanges acc. to PN 10 and PN 16

VORTEX METERS
For custody transfer and secondary applications

Vortex Flowmeter WBZ 08


For custody transfer applications DIN-DVGW-tested and PTB-approved 2-channel vortex sampling Design also suitable for corrosive media (biogas etc.) High overload capacity Maintenance without shutting down the line Unaffected by vibration and pressure shock Max. operating pressure pmax 100 bar (higher pressures on request) Meter sizes G 40 to G 25000 Measuring ranges 3 - 40000 m3/h, large measuring range up to 1:50 with high-pressure test Connections DN 40 to DN 600, flanges acc. to DIN or ANSI, Installation in any position A meter run for custody transfer applications consists of an inlet pipe with a flow straightener, a vortex meter and an outlet pipe.

Vortex Flowmeter WZ 07
For secondary applications 1- or 2-channel vortex sampling Design also suitable for corrosive media (biogas etc.) High overload capacity Maintenance without shutting down the line Unaffected by vibration and pressure shock Max. operating pressure pmax 100 bar (higher pressures on request) Measuring ranges 1.5 - 80000 m3/h, large measuring range up to 1:60 Connections DN 25 to DN 750, flanges acc. to DIN or ANSI, Installation in any position

COMPACT CORRECTORS
Volume correctors

pTZ Volume Corrector EC 24


Volume corrector with measured values for pressure and temperature Calculation of the compressibility factor acc. to GERG 88 S PTB-approved Suitable for use in Hazardous Zone 1 Read-out and parametrization program Max. operating pressure pmax 70 bara (for areas conforming to G 490) lnput signals (volume pulses) LF: Reed contact with fmax = 1 Hz HF: Wiegand sensor with fmax = 400 Hz (with direct mounting on electronic meter) Transmitters Pressure transmitter fitted into case Resistance thermometer: PT 1000 Outputs 2 pulse outputs Fault 0/4 - 20 mA analog output (only with external power supply) Interface RS 485 (Modbus protocol) Supply voltage 24/DC or standard lithium batteries Ambient temperature range -20C bis +60C

Compact pTZ Volume Corrector EC 605


For calculation of the standard volume acc. to GERG 88 S or AGA-NX-19 NMI-approved Approved for Ex-zone 1 User-programmable gas composition Option for installation onto turbine meter or rotary displacement meter Data-logging feature Read-out and parametrization program Max. operating pressure pmax 70 bara lnput signals (volume pulses) Reed contact with fmax = 4 Hz Transmitters Pressure transducer fitted into case Resistance thermometer: PT 1000 Outputs Pulse output Fault Tamper contact Interfaces RS 232 RS 485 Power supply Standard lithium battery (intelligent) Ambient temperature range
-25C to +60C

FLOW COMPUTERS
Volume- and density corrector , differential pressure computer

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Flow Computer System EC 900


For calculation of the standard volume acc. to GERG 88 S, AGA-NX-19 or AGA 8 Gross 1 Approval acc. to MID, EN 12495 Versions for Ex zones 1 and 2 Internal modem or external communication module Option for installation onto turbine meter or rotary displacement meter Data logger with metrologically relevant logbook Max. operating pressure pmax 40 bara (for areas conforming to G 490) lnput signals (volume pulses) 2 x volume (reed / Wiegand / optionally NAMUR) 1 x volume (encoder) 2 or 4 status inputs Transmitters Pressure transducer fitted into case Resistance thermometer: PT 1000, 4-wire connection Outputs 4 or 6 digital outputs (volume, alarm) Another 4 digital outputs and 4 analog outputs (4-20 mA) in the external communication module Interfaces / protocols optical interface for infrared read head RS 232/422/485 DSfG-B, Modbus ASCII / RTU Supply voltage 115/230 VAC, 24/8.2 VDC or battery powered Ambient temperature range -25C to +55C

Flow Computer Series ERZ 2000


Optional use as - Volume corrector ERZ 2004 - Density corrector ERZ 2002 - Calorific value corrector ERZ 2102, ERZ 2104 - Corrector for orifice plates ERZ 2114 Parallel calculation of the compressibility factor acc. to all common calculation methods such as GERG 88 S, AGA 8, AGA NX 19 or Beattie-Bridgeman PTB-approved PC-based computer User-programmable parameters and constants Easy operation via internet browser DSfG control station function Ex-i cards for pressure, temperature and volume inputs pluggable 19 rack-mounting unit Data-logging feature Connections 2-channel volume input Digital and analog inputs Pulse and analog outputs DSfG interface conforming to DVGW G 485 Modbus interface (ASCII / RTU / TCP) Ethernet TCP/IP network interface Supply voltage 230/110 V/AC, 24 V/DC Ambient temperature range -20C bis +55C

DATA LOGGERS
Data loggers for meter readings and analysis results

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Data Logger MRG 905 / MRG 910


PTB type-approval as data logging memory and load profile memory Pulse, analog and message inputs Summation with pulse output GPRS-, GSM, ISDN, analog modem DSfG B communication protocol Limiting value control for quantities and analog values Messages via SMS or e-mail Battery and mains operation Power supply Lithium batteries 230V/AC 10-36V/DC (MRG910) Case variants Wall-mounting enclosure 19 rack-mounting case Archives: Measured value archive (>18 months) Totalizer archive (>18 months) Event archive (200 events) Maximum value archive (25 months)

Data Logger MRG 2203


For custody transfer applications PTB approval For storage of the measured values and analysis results from a prozess gas chromatograph (PGC) or a correlative gas quality measuring device (KGM); for 2 devices in the versions: - 2 PGC - 1 PGC and 1 KGM - 2 KGM Master-slave-operation for 2 analysis devices Modular construction (additional input and output cards pluggable) Convenient and easy to understand menu prompts Inputs / outputs 16 analog inputs 20 status message inputs 20 analog outputs 20 signal outputs Archives Hourly mean values for billing Single analysis results Hourly, daily and monthly mean values for gas components Calibration data with response factors (PGC) or quality factors (KGM) Test gas analysis results 15 minute values (calorific value, standard density, CO2) with a memory depth of 2 years Corrected hourly mean values (KGM only) MRG analog values

GAS ANALYZERS
Process gas chromatographs

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Process Gas Chromatograph PGC 9000 VC


High accuracy and stability Measurement of 11 natural gas components For custody transfer applications (PTB approval) Calculation of the superior calorific value, standard density and Wobbe index Analysis time < 3 min Automatic recalibration Long-time stability thanks to a low column temperature Very low gas consumption due to miniaturization Low on maintenance Consisting of measuring element, analytical computer and periphery acc. to customerss requirements Accuracy Superior calorific value / standard density: 0.25% CO2 content: 0.3 mol% Operating pressure Carrier gas: 5.5 bar, measuring gas: 1.5 bar Ambient temperature range -10C to +55C Explosion protection Explosion-proof (Ex) or not explosion-proof (Non-Ex) design Output signals / interfaces Serial interfaces (RS 232 / RS 485) Analog signals Options Cabinet version for outdoor installation Multistream design for up to 4 measuring gas inlets Sampling probe can be extracted under pressure

Process Gas Chromatograph PGC 6000


High accuracy and stability Measurement of 11 natural gas components PTB approval pending Calculation of the superior calorific value, standard density and Wobbe index Analysis time 5 min Automatic recalibration Long-time stability thanks to a low column temperature Low gas consumption due to miniaturization Low on maintenance Consisting of measuring element and analytical computer with volume correction function Accuracy Superior calorific value / standard density: 0.35% CO2 content: 0.3 mol% Operating pressure Carrier gas: 4-5 bar, measuring gas: 0.5-5 bar Ambient temperature range -10C to +50C Explosion protection Measuring element: EEx d Other components (except analytical computer): EEx i Output signals / interfaces Serial interfaces (RS 232 / RS 485) Analog signals Options Cabinet version for outdoor installation Periphery for sampling and pressure reduction

GAS ANALYZERS
Correlative gas quality measuring device, oxygen measuring device

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Gas Quality Measuring Device EMC 500


For custody transfer applications Measurement of superior and inferior calorific values, standard density, Wobbe index and CO2 content Combustion-free, continuous measuring method Short response time No environmental impact (no air-conditioned room required) No carrier or auxiliary gas required Calibration is made with methane Low on maintenance Low operating costs Consisting of measuring element and analytical computer Accuracy 0.5% of the measured value Operating pressure 0 .3 - 2.5 bar Ambient temperature range -20C to +55C Explosion protection Explosion-proof (Ex) or not explosion-proof (Non-Ex) design Output signals / interfaces Serial interfaces (RS 232 / RS 485) Analog signals Measuring ranges Superior calorific value: 8 - 16 kWh/mn3 Standard density: 0.65 - 1.3 kg/mn3 CO2 content: 0 - 20 mol%

Oxygen Measuring Device OMS 200


Measurement of the oxygen contents of natural and combustion gases (other gases on request) No influence of atmospheric pressure and ambient temperature variations, no air conditioning is required at the place of installation Low on maintenance No carrier or auxiliary gas required Simple and straightforward operation Short response time Low operating costs Calibration with methane or PGC calibration gases Long service life, no periodic exchange of wear parts necessary Consisting of measuring element and analytical computer Accuracy 0.4% of the measured value Operating pressure 0.3 - 3.0 bar Ambient temperature range -10C to +55C Explosion protection Explosion-proof design (EEx d) Output signals / interfaces Serial interfaces Analog signals Measuring range 0 - 5 mol%

DATA READOUT AND EVALUATION PROGRAMS


RDT programs, energy data evaluation

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RDT Programs WICO 22


Universal data retrieval system for billing and operating data Fault message center with alarm Display of instantaneous values and remote parametrization of stations Communication protocols: - DSfG - MRG - IEC1107 Drivers of third party device manufacturers available Communication via GSM-, GPRS-, fixed line network modem and TCP/IP Scalable configuration from single user to client/server system Different database systems Comfortable, automated creation of station master data Automatic schedule-controlled data retrievals Visualization of retrieved data Flexible data import/export in: - ASCII - MS Excel - XML - RDBMS - GAS-X - SAP-IS-U Usable under: - WinNT - Win2000/2003 - WinXP

Evaluation Program WICAL


Energy data evaluation program Processing of interval quantities and meter readings from MRG and DSfG stations Tabular and graphic evaluation of energy data Definition of single and formula measuring points (sums) Standard and user-defined protocols Flexible data import/export in ASCII, MS Excel, XML, RDBMS, GAS-X, SAP-IS-U

INETDATA
A service from the station planning up to the provision of billing data Consultating for station setup and upgrade Device leasing, device purchase Installation of the station technology Data acquisition via remote readout of devices, e-mail, file transfer (FTP) Data preparation and distribution via internet, e-mail, file transfer, ASCII, XML, PDF, MS Excel

DATA ACQUISITION AND TRANSFER


DSfG-RDT, mobile data acquisition

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DSfG-RDT for Selma


Backup of all measurement data of a DSfG bus by digital signature User administration and access control by X509 certificates Communication via Ethernet with TCIP/IP, GSM, GPRS or fixed line network modem Safe, selective access control in the multiclient operation (for multiline stations) Direct data channel to the MRG 2201 or MRG 2203 with the option of parametrization via the MRG DSfG master function 4 remote data transmission accesses 19 rack-mounting case Entity filter (option) Power supply 230V/AC

Mobile Data Acquisition (MDA)


Device communication via IR, Bluetooth Device types RMG/Wieser, third party manufacturers Mobile readout devices: PDA, notebook Road guide for the meter readers Easy operation without computer literacy Instructions for the meter readers Input of measurement data (V, p, T, K) Meter change Low-priced standard hardware with 2 MDA programs Readout program MDA-Dialog Reading data from MRG and saving them on PDA/notebook Automatic or manual presetting of the readout period Manual input of totalizer readings (option) Automatic synchronization (option) Transfer program MDA-Transfer Transfer of the saved MRG data from PDA to PC Further processing via WICO 22, WICAL, MS EXCEL

GAS ODORIZATION UNITS


Standard desing

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Gas Odorization Unit GOE 07


Odorizes according to the suction method Flow-rate-controlled diaphragm pump Integrated manual pump for easy filling out of the interchangeable odorant tank Interchangeable tank acc. to DIN 30650 Skid-mounted unit Max. back pressure pmax 40 bar Max. performance Odorization of up to 50000 sm3/h, depending on the odorant concentration involved Options Delivery monitoring Level monitoring Stainless-steel cabinet Floor stand Special Odorization System Odorization systems with a reserve pump for automatic changeover in the event of a failure of the service pump, with a spare tank of 5 l Complete odorization systems (odorization unit plus control unit fitted into a cabinet) are available on request!

Gas Odorization Unit GOE 2000


Odorizes according to the injection method Flow-rate-controlled diaphragm pump Odorant is drawn from the interchangeable odorant tank acc. to the principle of communicating vessels Interchangeable tank acc. to DIN 30650 Skid-mounted unit Max. back pressure pmax 80 bar Max. performance Odorization of up to 150000 sm3/h, depending on the odorant concentration involved Options Continuous odorant level measurements Flow monitor Odorant flow measurement High-pressure flushing and venting device Special Odorization System Odorization systems with a reserve pump for automatic changeover in the event of a failure of the service pump, with a spare tank of 24 l Complete odorization systems (odorization unit plus control unit fitted into a cabinet) are available on request!

GAS ODORIZATION UNITS


Special designs, control units

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Gas Odorization Units GOE-SO1 / GOE-SO1P


Special designs with stationary odorant tank Odorizes according to the injection method Flow-rate-controlled diaphragm pump Odorant is drawn from the odorant tank by gravity Infinitely variable setting of the odorant concentration Odorant tank can be filled without interrupting operation Odorant tanks from 200 to 1200 litres Suitable for use with all common odorants, e.g. for THT or mercaptans Extension of the operating range by mounting additional pumps Low on maintenance Max. back pressure pmax 80 bar Max. performance (with one pump) Odorization of up to 150000 sm3/h, depending on the odorant concentration involved Options Continuous odorant level measurements Version for sulfur-free odorant Odorant flow measurement Overflow controller

Control Unit OSG 2000


Usable for all RMG gas odorization units Based on a stored-program controller Modular construction Individual adjustment is possible Delivery and odorant level monitoring Calculation of odorant concentration (option) Delivery and level monitoring with alarm signalling 5 relay outputs Internal pulse generator Automatic changeover between internal and external pulses Calculation of the odorant concentration (option) Case variants Wall-mounting case 19 rack-mounting case Decentralized installation with operating unit and control unit installed at different location Power supply 230V/AC

ANCILLARY EQUIPMENT
Control unit for gas odorization units, accessories for gas analyzers

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Control Unit 7 EU-4 / 7 IG-4


Control unit for gas odorization units of type GOE 07 Features Built-in pulse scaler and pulse generator Automatic or manual mode Extendable by monitoring devices Relay outputs for fault Upgradeable with equipment for mounting of - level reserve tank - level interchangeable odorant tank - delivery of odorization pump 19 rack-mounting unit (7 EU-4) or wall-mounting unit (7 IG-4)

Accessories for Gas Analyzers


Pressure reducing unit DRS 200 Max. inlet pressure pmax: 100 bar Outlet pressure: 2.5 bis 3.5 bar In plastic case for wall or rack mounting Standard: safety releaf valve (SBV), primary and secondary pressure gauge, case heating, inlet filter, restrictor, test port Options: liquid separator, limit switch for secondary pressure gauge, safety shutdown valve for measuring gas Pressure reducing unit DRS 100 Max. inlet pressure pmax: 100 bar mounted on wall fastening panel Standard: safety relief valve (SBV), primary and secondary pressure gauge, inlet filter, restrictor Options: liquid separator, limit switch for secondary pressure gauge Sampling probe PES 50 For fixed installation Max. operating pressure pmax: 100 bar With shut-off valve and potential separation Sampling probe PPS 02-R Extendable under pressure Max. operating pressure pmax: 100 bar With shut-off valve and potential separation

ANCILLARY EQUIPMENT
Data logger, counter system

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Data Logger DS 901


Industrial PC with data logging software for storage of the data from a process gas chromatograph PGC 9000 VC Features For process gas chromatographs with up to 4 streams or for 4 single devices Table and diagram display of data Export function for data Storage of analysis results, chromatograms and calibration protocols 19" rack-mounting case Connection to the printer interface of the analytical computer

Counter System CS 905


Counter system for counting the electrical pulses received from gas meters, with simultaneous calculation of the volume. Features Euroformat card as 19" plug-in unit Usable as remote totalizer Flow display 3 totalizers (main totalizer, start-stop totalizer, resettable totalizer) Option for switching off by external switching contact Current output (0/4 - 20 mA) LF and HF pulse outputs

CABINETS
Subrack, cabinet and wall-mounted cabinet

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Subrack
Subrack for installation of flow computers supply components, explosion-proof isolating amplifiers, etc. 19 rack-mounting unit basic design DIN 41494 Wired and tested Design, mounting and factory acceptance test Delivery with detailed documentation with power supply unit (24V/DC or 230V/AC) and fuse card Connection via plug and socket connections on the rear side

Cabinets
Cabinet for installation of sub-racks and other 19 rack mounting units With hinged mounting frame and front glass door Custom-made design, Wired and tested Complete design incl. delivery of a detailed documentation Factory acceptance test in presence of the customer Alternatively with emergency power supply

Wall-mounted cabinet for installation of subracks and other 19 rack-mounting units. Wall element with hinged mounting frame and front glass door.

MISCELLANEOUS
Process visualization, automation, special designs, services

Miscellaneous
Further devices Explosion-proof devices for isolation and switching Frequency current converters Totalizing pulse devices Pulse comparators Power supply units Isolating transformers Frequency multipliers Bus couplers Containers for gas analyzing equipment For measuring and analytical systems EMC 500 and PGC 9000 VC Complete systems with measuring element, peripherals and electronics For explosion-protected and not explosion-protected devices Transportable systems, e.g. compact version of EMC 500 or installation of the analytical system in a trailer Weather-proof protective cabinets For NDG 08, VOS 07, GOE 07 and GOE 2000 Completely installed with additional equipment, e.g. pressure reducer or heater Services Electrical installation Start-up, maintenance and servicing of gas measuring systems and gas odorization units Revision Service Recalibration Product training

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Process Visualization and Automation


Display of measuring values System can be combined with a programmable controller for automation Generation of user-specific process displays, etc. Design according to customers specifikation Executable under a standard operating system Integrable into existing plants Control systems can be connected via Profibus or Modbus

TURNKEY STATIONS
Gas metering station, gas analysis container

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Gas analysis container, completely equipped with process gas chromatograph PGC 9000 VC and electronics. Gas chromatograph PGC 9000 VC (3 stream version) with 3 gas quality measuring devices EMC 500 as backup system

Gas metering station with two vortex gas meters WBZ 08 6 path ultrasonic flowmeter USZ 08, in use in a gas storage

QUALITY ASSURANCE
Quality control, approvals, certificates

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Measuring technology and quality belong together. Beside the normal quality control every measuring instrument passes our testing centre and is calibrated there before it leaves the factory. Especially for gas meters a test facility with a flow capacity up to 25,000 m3/h is available. Most of our devices are determined for custody transfer applications in gas metering stations. In Germany a typeapproval of the physical-technical federal institution (PTB) is necessary for every measuring instrument for such an application, i.e. every device type undergoes an official testing before the series production starts. Furthermore approvals of many foreign authorities are on hand. Additionally a number of regulations must be noticed in gas technology. The most important ones are the European pressure equipment directive 97/23/EG and the European explosion protection directive 94/9/EG. Also here an examination takes place by independent institutions like DVGW or technical inspection authorities.

The compliance of the requirements of the DIN/ISO 9001 is a matter of course for us, the certification exists since 1994. Some important certificates which you find on our website www.rmg.com and which we will like to send to you if desired: - Quality management system in compliance with EN ISO 9001 - Safety, health and environmental manage-ment system (SCC) - Quality assurance system for the production quality according to the EC pressure equipment directive - Acknowledgement of the quality assurance for the production of equipment and protective systems intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres - National acknowledgement of a testing laboratory for measuring instruments for gas - Operating licence for a testing laboratory for measuring instruments for gas

SERVING THE GAS INDUSTRY WORLDWIDE

RMG is your competent partner along the entire chain ranging from the exploration to the supply of final consumers. Our reliable products and systems offer to you full control within the range of regulating and measuring technology.

Furthermore we plan and build plants according to your requirements and offer to you reliable and modern solutions also in station automation. Ask us - we look forward to your challenges.

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GERMANY RMG Regel + Messtechnik GmbH Osterholzstrae 45 D-34123 Kassel, Germany Phone +49(0)561 5007-0 Fax +49(0)561 5007-107 RMG Messtechnik GmbH Otto-Hahn-Strae 5 D-35510 Butzbach, Germany
Phone +49(0)6033 897-0

WGA Wrme-Gastechnik GmbH Osterholzstrae 45 D-34123 Kassel, Germany Phone +49(0)561 5007-0 Fax +49(0)561 5007-207 RMG Gaselan Regel + Messtechnik GmbH Julius-Pintsch-Ring 3 D-15517 Frstenwalde, Germany Phone +49(0)3361 356-60 Fax +49(0)3361 356-836

Fax +49(0)6033 897-130 Works Ebersberg: -Software developmentAnzinger Strae 5 D-85560 Ebersberg, Germany

Phone +49(0)8092 2097-0


Fax +49(0)8092 2097-10 CANADA Bryan Donkin RMG Canada Ltd. 50 Clarke Street South, Woodstock Ontario N4S 7Y5, Canada Phone +1 519 53-98531 Fax +1 519 53-73339 USA Mercury Instruments LLC 3940 Virginia Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio 45227 Phone +1 513 272-1111 Fax +1 513 272-0211

ENGLAND Bryan Donkin RMG Gas Controls Ltd. Enterprise Drive, Holmewood Chesterfield S42 5UZ, England Phone +44 (0)1246 50150-1 Fax +44 (0)1246 50150-0 POLAND Gazomet Sp. z o.o. ul. Sarnowska 2 63-900 Rawicz, Poland Phone +48 (0)65 54624-01 Fax +48 (0)65 54624-08

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Edition 10/2008

Manufacturing programme measuring technology