New Product Launch: PORTAFLOW - PF333/PF222

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A New Micronics, PORTAFLOW range with the latest ultrasonic flow measurement technology and Hydronic Liquid Flow Energy Measurement and a comprehensive data logging facility for the PF333 version.

Building on its  experience and success with the former PF330 and 220 range Micronics has developed a New range of portable, clamp-on, ultrasonic flow instruments, incorporating the latest technology whilst still retaining the key feature of simple operation, to provide quick, out of the box results.

The PORTAFLOW PF333 offers the user quick and accurate flow and energy measurement and with its easy to follow menu and simple set up, results can be achieved within minutes of opening the case!  The range continues to bring simplicity to the non-invasive measurement of liquid flow and now with the addition of hydronic liquid flow energy measurement for hot and chilled water applications. The PF333 is a portable, simple to use ultrasonic clamp-on flow and thermal, heat/energy meter, that uses the latest cross correlation ultrasound flow measurement system to measure flow rate and clamp-on PT100 temperature sensors to measure flow and return temperatures. The PF333 measures energy rate and totalised energy and the Hydronic thermal energy, heat or cooling load is calculated from a combination of the flow rate and the flow and return temperature difference or delta T to comply with EN1434 section 6.

The integral Data Logging has a capacity of 100,000,000 data points with 12 named sites and can be downloaded via USB to CSV files and export to Excel for further analysis.

 Compact, rugged and reliable, the PORTAFLOW range has been designed to provide sustained performance in industrial environments with the New cross correlation flow measurement system providing improved accuracy for flow and measurement audits of old and often challenging pipe-work in existing installations.

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