TRICOR Coriolis Mass Flow Meters
Standard and advanced to meet customer requirements
The TCM “CLASSIC” product line meets general industrial requirements with out-of-the-box ease of use. Lower cost and lower performance specs meet broader application needs. Typically used in paint, coatings and dosing of non-corrosive fluid requiring 0.3% accuracy and low to zero maintenance.
CLASSIC Series Features:
- TCE 8000 transmitters with an easy-to-use interface
- Economically-priced, non-calibrated but with excellent repeatability
- Optional custom-calibrated meters with high performance specifications
The new TCD 9000 series of transmitters offers greater robustness, performance, diagnostics, and connectivity options. With a modern HMI interface and a strong logging functionality, the DSP transmitters provide users with an efficient configuration and analysis tool.
PRO Series Features
- TCD 9000 transmitters with digital signal processing and advanced diagnostics
- Applicable for challenging liquid fluid conditions
- Strong logging and traceability functions
- Report fraction concentrations of two-part mixtures
- Flexible IO configurations 1-4 channels fully configurable with programmable IO options
The TCMH 0450 is TRICOR’s High Pressure Coriolis Mass Flow Meter, offered in three pressure ratings: 6,000 psi, 10,000 psi or 15,200 psi. The material choices for the U-shape tubes are either 316 stainless steel for chemical injection applications or Sandvik® Alloy HP 160, chosen to eliminate hydrogen embrittlement, such as in Hydrogen fueling stations.
The TRICOR family includes transmitters and displays to meet customer application requirements from low tier to specialty applications, as well as advanced digital signal processing (DSP) performance with time saving ease-of-use features. We have flexible options allowing both compact and remote displays and selectable, configurable IO offerings to meet the demands of a wide range of applications.
TRICOR Coriolis Mass Flow Meters are fully focused on the requirements customers have in today’s industrial environments: