Compact Coriolis liquid flow sensor receives NTEP custody transfer approval

Wednesday, February 24, 2016 12:57 pm EST


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Compact Coriolis liquid flow sensor receives NTEP custody transfer approval

Siemens Process Industries & Drives Division is pleased to announce the next generation of custody transfer (CT) Coriolis flow measurement. The SITRANS FC430 Coriolis flow meter, now with National Type Evaluation Program (NTEP) CT approval, is designed for both volume and mass liquid flow, and offers high accuracy measurement with minimum pressure loss.

The SITRANS FC430’s industry leading performance and custody transfer approval makes it a perfect fiscal metering tool for diverse industries such as oil and gas, petro chemical, and food and beverage.

As the most compact flow solution on the market, the SITRANS FC430 is ideal for locations where space is crucial and provides extra flexibility in any CT application - both new and retrofit. The sensor’s compact design is owed to its patented CompactCurveTM tube shape, which offers flow accuracies of 0.1% of rate on both liquids and gas. The SITRANS FCT030  transmitter delivers multi-parameter measurements of mass flow, volume flow density and temperature with enhanced simplicity and security. Innovative, user-friendly support tools provide direct access to operational, configuration and functional data. With its high accuracy and fast flow velocities, with both hazardous and sanitary approvals, the SITRANS FC430 sensor sets a new standard for flexibility, efficiency, and safety in liquid custody transfer flow measurement.

This release expands the Siemens custody transfer portfolio and joins the SITRANS FC200 CNG sensor, which was released in June 2015 with NTEP approval and designed for compressed natural gas applications.

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