The Malema Sensors® Ultra-Low Flow SumoFlo® CPFM-8103 series Single-Use Coriolis Mass Flow Meters are specifically designed for measuring liquids in bio-pharmaceutical and other applications requiring all gamma-stable wetted surfaces. Fluid contacting surfaces are made of unreinforced polyether ether ketone (PEEK) that meet USP Class VI, USP 661, and USP 788 standards. Sensors provide measurement of 0.5 – 50 g/min.
The CE compliant ultra-low flow SumoFlo® series Coriolis Mass Flow Meters include the single-use sensor assembly, supporting electronics, sensor mounting enclosure, and a graphical user interface (GUI). Temperature sensors provide feedback to the electronics that allow temperature compensation to ensure the mass flow accuracy regardless of temperature changes to the application fluid.
Fluid flows into the sensor consisting of one flow sensitive element which is vibrated relative to stationary position detectors – similar to the tines of a tuning fork. Fluid interacts with the sensor dynamically in such a way that the sensor’s response is immune to the fluid’s chemical and physical properties, flow regime, or variations in flow velocity profile. Fluid mass flow rate is determined by measuring the motion of the vibrating flow sensitive element.
Malema Sumoflo® Ultra-low Flow Single-Use Coriolis Flow Meter Features
- Accuracy: ±1% of mass flow rate reading; unaffected by flow regime or variations to the velocity profile
- Fluid measurement performance is independent of fluid properties
- USP Class VI wetted materials
- Meets UPS 661.2 and USP 788.1 specification
- PEEK sensor is gamma irradiatable to 50 kGy
- Measurement to 0.5 g/min
Malema Sumoflo® Ultra-low Flow Single-Use Coriolis Flow Meter Applications
- Fluids with varying density or viscosity
- Depth Filtration
- Tangential Flow Filtration
- Pure water or ultra high purity chemicals
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