Nutating disc meter RCDL AdBlue®
- Specially for AdBlue®
- Magnetic coupling
- Compatible with many liquids
- Wide flow range
- Low pressure loss
- Low weight
from 1 up to 160 l/min
from 0 up to 50 °C
from 0 up to 16 bar
Chemical industry, Oil industry, General industry, Automotive industry
The ultra pure 32,5% urea solution, also known under the name of AdBlue®, is the basis for the reduction of toxic nitric oxides in exhaust gases from diesel operated goods vehicles. Those nitric oxides are getting reduced to water and nitrogen, which is one of air´s main element. AdBlue® is made synthetically. The high purity and quality are DIN V 70070 certified. AdBlue® is not an additive, it is carried along to a separate tank system in diesel vehicles equipped with SCR-technique.
|Connection||R ¾“, R 1“||R ¾“, R 1“|
|Max. operating pressure||16 bar|
|Flow range||1 – 100 l/min||2 – 160 l/min|
|Temperature range||50 °C|
|Pulses per Liter||100||23,7|
|Lay lenght||190 mm||270 mn|
|Protection class||IP 67||Depending of the flow transmitter|
Nutating disc meters
Nutating disc meters are positive displacement meters. The top and lower part of the meter chamber are cone shaped. A ball bearing centralizes the disc between the two cones. A nutating motion of the disc is generated when flow enters the meter chamber. Complete separation between inlet and outlet chamber volumes is always achieved by one dedicated disc diameter line. The inlet and outlet parts of the meter chamber are separated by a partition plate. The positioning bar forces the disc to nutate around the center axis of the chamber, driving the transmission magnet.
- High resolution display
- Scaled/unscaled output
- 4-20 mA DC analog output
- Scalable reedswitch
- Optional display
- Sensor will withstand fluid temperatures to 125 °C
- Solid-state circuitry for long life
- Fast calibration with (4) rotary...
- Fast leak detection
- No special infrastructure required
- Data retrieval available anytime
- Compact size.
- High accuracy and repeatability.
- Rated for installation in class I, Div 1 hazardous areas.
- Flexibility of...