Rheonik is an industry leader with a reputation for high quality, reliable flow products
Every meter is calibrated to a traceable reference standard and is supplied with calibration certificate and a full warranty. Application and maintenance services for Rheonik meters are supplied through key channel partners around the globe trained to provide rapid expert assistance when needed. Rheonik Coriolis mass flow meters offer these outstanding features:
- ¼” to 12″ line sizes
- Flow rates from 2 g/min to 30000 kg/min (1oz/min to 66150 lb/min)
- Pressures up to 23,500psi
- Wide choice of wetted materials of construction
- Hazardous area approvals
- Temperature ratings from -196 to 350°C (-320 to 662°F)
- Mass flow uncertainty down to 0.10%
- High tolerance to aeration and other flow disturbances
- Repeatability better than 0.05%
- Measurement of liquids, sludge, suspensions and gases
- Process connection customization available
- Unique robust torsion driven oscillation system
- Minimum footprint versions available
- Robust stainless steel cases
- Remote and compact transmitter versions available
Rheonik’s ISO 9000 certified manufacturing facilities are based just outside of Munich in Germany where a vertically integrated manufacturing plant produces the entire Rheonik flow meter range for shipment around the globe.
How does a Coriolis mass flow meter work?
Industrial production uses a great deal of complicated measurement instrumentation to monitor and control the manufacture and quality of many materials. But some of the most advanced tools rely solely on the most basic principles of physics.
A Coriolis mass flow meter is one such instrument—while there is a lot of physics going on inside it, it isn’t as complicated as you think. Coriolis mass flow meters are a staple in many production plants, whether food and beverage, chemicals, oil and gas, or research.
RHEONIK CORIOLIS FLOW METERS LEAD THE WAY FOR ALL INDUSTRIAL MEASUREMENT APPLICATIONS
The reason Rheonik chose South Fork Instruments as a partner is because of our expertise in flow and our service oriented culture. Rheonik has long been the expert in this field of instrumentation, with their first flow meter being brought to market in 1984, with a unique featuring omega-shaped tubes within the Coriolis sensor.
In the years since, Rheonik has amassed a series of ‘firsts,’ including first large meter, first CNG meter, first high temperature meter, first 20,000 PSI-rated meter, first tantalum meter, first color-screen transmitter, and more. Today, Rheonik continues to innovate and break the barriers of high accuracy flow measurement, delivering highly accurate Coriolis flow meters useful in a broad range of applications and markets.
- Line sizes ranging from ¼” up to 12”
- Flow rates from 3 gram/min up to 30,000 kg/min
- Temperature ratings from -325°F to 750°F
- Max pressure ratings of 20000psi
Rheonik offers mass flow meters in a range of sizes, and additional flow transmitter accessories as well.
With sizes available to fit line sizes from ¼” to 12”, Rheonik always have a meter to meet your requirements. A wide range of process connections are available to suit most applications. Where a special fitting or weld-in-place is required, Rheonik can provide engineering services and custom design the right inlet/outlet arrangement for your needs. A range of wetted materials is offered as standard, each with its own set of pressure ratings depending upon line size. Custom materials are always possible through our engineering group.
Rheonik process mass flow transmitters have clear, easy to read local displays and intuitive, menu driven set-up and configuration functions. All include diagnostics for fault finding and performance tuning. Features include low flow cutoff, response time, multiple I/O, selectable units and output range scaling capabilities. All settings are stored in non-volatile memory and I/O is galvanically or optically isolated.
MORE ACCURATE MEASUREMENTS WITH OMEGA TUBE TECHNOLOGY
The Rheonik Omega Tube meter mechanism consists of three distinct sections:
The Measurement Section
Pickup Coils – provide signals to the transmitter
Measurement Tubes – the part of the meter where the measurement takes place
The Meter Drive System
Mass Bars – provide stability and support to the measurement tube oscillation
Drive Coils – provide power to maintain oscillations at constant amplitude
Torsion Rods – help energize and guide oscillation
The Meter Connection System
In/Out Section – decouples measurement tubes from process line stress and misalignment
Each section plays a specific role in ensuring that the meter performs at a high level when measuring flow.
Every section of the Omega tube mechanism ensures that Rheonik's flow meters perform at an unmatched level of accuracy.
The following information briefly describes the role of the various components within the meter and how they interact to ensure accurate and reliable flow measurement, even in difficult conditions.
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Using effective communication and an in-depth understanding of your industry to develop practical solutions for your measurement needs.