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VersaFlow Sonic Meter

Application Analysis Form

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Company: 5. Temperature/pressure:
Address: Operating fluid temperature:
min: norm: max: units:
City: State: Zip: Ambient temperature:
Contact Name: min: norm: max: units:
Operating pressure:
Phone No.: Fax No.:
min: norm: max: units:
Tel. No. for technical questions:
Signature : 6. Location:
Date: Unobstructed straight run: pipe diameters upstream
Reviewed by: pipe diameters downstream
Date: Describe upstream obstructions:
Approved by: (i.e. centrifugal pump, chemical injection, tank, etc.)
Date:
1. Liquid data:
Name:
Description: Describe downstream obstructions:
Viscosity: min: max: Units:
Density: Units:
Does fluid contain solids? Y N
if yes, state particle size/desc:
% solids: (approx.) Will the primary ultrasonic flow sensor be located in a
Does fluid contain gas or entrained air? Y N hazardous area? Y N
if yes, % gas (approx.). If yes, specify approvals needed:
2. Connecting Pipe data: FM CSA Cenelec / ATEX or
Diameter: schedule: Describe Other
Inside Diameter: Required to match w/Meter ID Div 1 or Div 2
Groups:
Requested Materials: Sensor Window (316 SS std)
Will be installed Offshore? Yes No
Tube / Flange Material:
Full pipe? Yes No Sometimes
Flange/connection desired:
Pipe orientation:
3. Operating conditions: Horizontal Vertical Inclined
Flow rate units: If vertical or inclined, is flow direction: up down
min accuracy +/- % of rate: (Please include a sketch or diagram on the following
norm accuracy +/- % of rate: page showing the proposed installation including
max accuracy +/- % of rate: fluid flow direction.)
Is flow continuous or pulsing
If pulsing, describe on/off times or batch size:

4. Describe your flow measurement problem and


what it is you wish to accomplish:

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VersaFlow Sonic Meter
Application Analysis Form

7. Equipment specifications: 8. Output / Input requirements:


Signal converter: integral remote
If remote, distance from sensor to converter ft. Current: 4 - 20 ma output:
Measured parameter: range
Supply voltage:
Span: 4 mA = 20 mA =
120 VAC 24 VDC 220 VAC
Pulse output:
Measuring functions desired: If Pulse / Unit (totalizer) then parameter:
Standard: number of pulses: per unit
Volumetric flow rate units: If Pulse / Rate (Frequency) then parameter:
= 0 Hz to = 1000 Hz units:
Totalized volume units: If Status output:
Sonic velocity: Units
Batch total units: (only on standard version) Control input:
Function of input:
Optional (only choose one):
Corrected standard volumetric flow rate units: Current Inputs (requires optional corrected volume
version)
to API 2540 – Specify API Gravity: Input (1) 4-20 mA; parameter: Units:
for any fluid – Requires customer data for density Span: 4 mA = 20 mA =
change with temperature and/or pressure (note: Input (2) 4-20 mA; parameter: Units:
typically the pressure affect can be ignored) Span: 4 mA = 20 mA =
Calculated mass flow rate units:
Requires customer data for density 9. sketch proposed flowmeter installation include
change with temperature and/or pressure (note: adjacent equipment (pumps, valves, etc.), orientation, and
typically the pressure affect can be ignored) fluid flow direction.

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