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Precise measurement and control of gases

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Bürkert Fluid Control Systems

Bürkert Fluid Control Systems



The new generation of high-precision mass flowmeters (MFM) and controllers (MFC) for gases (photo) feature an integrated Industrial Ethernet switch and support all standard Industrial Ethernet protocols. This allows the devices to be flexibly integrated in existing systems. The two versions (Type 8741 and 8745) cover a broad measurement and control range. They are used at high and low pressures, as well as for low and high flowrates. Typical applications for mass flowmeters and controllers are in the areas of metal, glass or ceramic processing, coating technology or in the production of foams. MFCs/MFMs are also used in fermenters and water treatment systems. The Type 8741 handles nominal flowrates of up to 150 L/min, while the Type 8745 devices permit a maximum of 2,500 L/min (both relative to N2). — Bürkert Fluid Control Systems, Ingelfingen, Germany


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