Katronic Specialists in Ultrasonic Flow Meters

 

About Katronic

Katronic Technologies Ltd. specialise in clamp-on ultrasonic flow meters and non-invasive process measurement instrumentation.

The company employs state-of-the-art electronics and sensor technology to produce clamp-on flow meters that are highly reliable and easy to operate.

The clamp-on ultrasonic flow meters of the KATflow series can measure on pipes of every common material and diameter.


Katronic Launch New Brochure

Katronic Launch New Brochure

Following the successful launch of our new corporate identity at the Hannover Messe in Germany we are pleased to reveal our new logo and release our new company brochure on the web.

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NEW ATEX clamp-on ultrasonic flowmeter

NEW ATEX clamp-on ultrasonic flowmeter

  • NEW KATflow 170: Flowmeter for use in hazardous areas
 
NEW cost effective flowmeter

NEW cost effective flowmeter

  • NEW KATflow 100: Simple flowmeter for standard flow applications
     
Hand-held clamp-on ultrasonic flow meter

Hand-held clamp-on ultrasonic flow meter

  • KATflow 200: Robust, compact, powerful
 
Fixed installation clamp-on ultrasonic flow meter

Fixed installation clamp-on ultrasonic flow meter

  • KATflow 150: Multi-functional flow meter for permanent installation

Behind the Technology

The KATflow clamp-on flow meters work on the transit time ultrasonic principle. This, put simply, involves sending and receiving ultrasonic pulses from a pair of sensors and examining the time difference in the signal. This is a more direct method of determining flow rates than some other systems and provides reliable measurements.

Ultrasonic transducers are mounted on the external surface of the pipe and are used to generate pulses which are passed through the pipe. The flowing liquid within causes time differences in the ultrasonic signals, which are then evaluated by the flow meter to produce an accurate flow measurement.

The key principle of the method applied is that sound waves travelling with the flow will move faster than those travelling against it. The difference in the transit time of these signals is directly proportional to the flow velocity of the liquid and consequently the volumetric flow rate.

Whilst elements such as flow profile, type of liquid and pipe material could have an effect on the measurement, the electronics of the flow meter compensate for and adapt to changes in the
medium in order to provide reliable measurements.

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