If you’re looking for a water cut monitor that can handle the most extremes of pressure and temperature, Drexelbrook’s model has the highest ratings in the industry. It is able to withstand pressures up to 1500 Psi and temperatures up to 450 °F.
Their popular Universal IV CM Series is a high-quality water cut meter, or monitor, with a range of 0-50% in light oil and 0-80% in heavy oil.
With over 50 years developing RF Admittance technology, Drexelbrook is a leader in the field. The expertise in the design of their Universal IV CM allows the electronics to ignore paraffin and other coatings that build up on the probe, as well as featuring a unique Cote Shield that means the monitor can overlook a pre-determined section of the sensing element.
Another feature of the sensing element is the Perm-A-Seal coating that will not wear out and require costly servicing, unlike epoxy coatings.
Field configuration can be completed at any point along the two wire loop when teamed up with their HRTWin or STExplorer PC software.
The wide variety of probes available for the Universal IV CM means that no matter the pipe size, wetted parts, NACE requirement or pressure/temperature, there will be a sensing element suitable for your needs.
All of the water cut meters from this range have a dedicated LCD display and keypad and arrive from Drexelbrook pre-calibrated, requiring only one point validation.
Universal IV CM water cut meter is intrinsically safe and approved for Class I, Div1, and Zone 0 hazardous locations.
- Simple set-up and calibration
- Temperature range: Up to 232 °C (450 °F)
- Process pressure: Up to 103 bar (1,500 psi), probe dependent
- Power supply: 13-30 VDC
- Safety: ATEX, FM, CE
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