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Comment Automation & Control

These flowmeters have been updated for sterile processes

By Chemical Engineering |

Endress+Hauser

Endress+Hauser

Proline 300 Coriolis and electromagnetic flow instruments (photo) have been updated for safety, enhanced measurement quality, device accessibility and GMP (good manufacturing practice) compliance for sterile processes. The flowmeters’ hygienic 316L stainless-steel housings are optimized for reliability and they have been designed to support an optional IP69 ingress protection rating, making them impervious to water ingress from high-pressure washdown. The sensors are designed according to several international standards, and provide full GMP compliance for sterile processes. They offer simple integration into many applications through a wide range of digital conductivity protocols including EtherNet/IP. The design is optimized for cleaning and sterilization, offering full drainability even in near horizontal installations. Both the Coriolis and electromagnetic flowmeters are available in models suitable for clean-in-place (CIP) or steam-in-place (SIP) processes in hygienic and sterile process applications. — Endress+Hauser Inc., Greenwood, Ind.

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