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Syngas or ‘synthesis gas' is a combination of hydrogen, carbon monoxide, small quantities of carbon dioxide and other trace gases. Syngas is the result of gasification of various carbon-containing fuels to produce a gaseous product with heating value. This is what we know as Syngas.
Thermal mass flow meters are the most suitable flow meters for Syngas.
TGF600 flow meters are being fitted to environmentally sound Syngas engines manufactured in the UK. They generate substantially less noise and lower emissions than equivalent diesel engines. As a result, creating clean, on-demand electricity. TGF600 flow meters accurately measure the consumption of Syngas by the generators.
Bell Flow Systems offers the new TGF600 Series range of air/gas flow meters for Syngas. Combining state-of-the-art electronics technology with application-proven precision flow sensors. Designed for extremely demanding plant operating environments.
Incorporating Comates latest sensor filming technology, the TGF600 offers stable flow rate measurement as low as 0.3 Nm/s in pipe sizes from DN25 to DN6000. Models in the range are designed to provide temperature-compensated direct mass flow measurement of air and gases. Both in small and large diameter pipes, stacks and ducts in power generation, industrial air and gas supply, and compressed air monitoring. In addition to a wide variety of industrial applications.
This range features the TPA600 circuit board which introduces faster and more powerful processing than it's' predecessors. Plus clean two-line LCD readouts showing comprehensive process information to users with both analogue and digital signal outputs of flow rate and sensor status diagnostics.
Further uses for the TGF600 thermal mass flow meter include:
Compressed air measurement
Pipe line leakage detecting
Gas drainage in coal mines
Measurement of other process gas: N2, CO2, O2, Ar, N2O
Measurement of biogas, aeration etc.
To find out more about the TGF600 contact us at Bell Flow Systems
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