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Severe Service Flowmeters by TECO

For flow measurement of extremely abrasive slurries in Mining, Dredging, Fracing, and Oil and Gas Exploration.

Capabilities include:
  • Liners: magnesia stabilized zirconia ceramic, aluminum oxide ceramic, polyurethane rubber, neoprene rubber, Linatex, Teflon (PTFE), rotationally molded Tefzel (ETFE), PFA, and others. 
  • Electrodes: SS, Hastelloy C (C-276), Hastelloy B, zirconium, titanium, platinum/iridium, solid tungsten carbide, tungsten carbide coating, etc. 
  • Exotic tube constructions available (100% titanium).
  • Specialty Coatings: epoxy paints, powder coat, custom colors, etc.
800-528-8997

Flow Meter Designed for Corrosive Slurries, Acids, Bases & Solvents

TECO Severe Applications Meter (SAM)

A patent pending magnetic flowmeter with abrasion resistant ceramic trim that exceeds the capabilities of Alumina or Yttria Zirconia. Capable of withstanding a variety of corrosive slurries, acids, bases, and solvents.

800-528-8997

Severe Service Flow Meters by TECO



The Operating Principles of a Magnetic Flowmeter

Below is a video, courtesy of Badger Meter, illustrating the operating principles of magnetic flowmeters (also known as magmeters).

A magnetic field is applied to the flow tube, resulting in an EMF proportional to the flow velocity passing perpendicular to the magnetic flux lines. The physical principle at work is Faraday's law of electromagnetic induction.

Magnetic flow meter requires a conductive fluid, and electrically insulated internal pipe surfaces to operate.

Advantages:
  • Low maintenance cost
  • No moving parts
  • Good for slurry
  • Good for corrosive fluids
  • Very linear
  • Minimal flow restriction

Disadvantages:
  • Requires electrically conductive fluids
For more information on magmeters, visit TECO at http://www.teco-inc.com of call 800-528-8997.

The Magmeter Zone - Don't Let Your Flow Meters Die Here

Don't let this happen to your old flowmeters! 

Here's a video parody of the popular TV show "The Twilight Zone", only here it's the "Magmeter Zone", where old, worn out magmeters go to die. From the creative minds at TECO ... humor in magnetic flowmeters - who woulda thunk it?  Enjoy!