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Flow measurement technology is used in nearly all industries. SICK has the tools to meet this many-faceted challenge and offers a comprehensive product portfolio of innovative sensor technology. Whether as custody transfer meters or measuring devices for monitoring and control: Flow measurement technology from SICK always works safely and reliably on the basis of the most up-to-date technology - even under difficult process and ambient conditions.

The new  FLOWgate™ operating software for all FLOWSIC ultrasonic gas flow meters and ultrasonic gas flow measuring devices from SICK links diagnostic data quickly and intelligently and presents... Read on
Flow computers for ultrasonic gas flow measuring devices from SICK

Newer-generation flow computers combine functionality with user-friendliness. They are the preferred device for use in custody transfer gas measurement, are approved according to the EU's Measurement Instruments Directive, and comply with the relevant international standards. The easy integration of temperature, pressure, and flow measurement values via digital and serial interfaces is used to convert recorded volumes. The flow computers use industry-standard conversion algorithms.

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Today, Australia is the second largest exporter for LNG in the world with high growth rates in gas production. The Roma gas field was one of the first discovered fields in Australia. The field covers approximately... Read on
Green technologies for producing energy are creating real hope: Bio-coal can already be produced synthetically through CO2 recycling, bio-butanol can be made with genetically- modified microbes and bio-gas... Read on
Natural gas is a fundamental resource which plays a crucial role within Italian energy systems. It is for this reason that the modernization of the installations and infrastructures dedicated to its transport... Read on
Where explosion hazards exist, protective measures must be taken. This includes selecting measurement devices that are suitable for use in explosion-hazardous areas. The measurement technology from SICK... Read on
SICK gives operators of waste incineration plants certainty with rugged measurement technology and rapid measurement results. The MCS300P HW analyzer solution measures sulfur dioxide and hydrochloric acid... Read on
US manufacturer Big Elk Energy Systems, LLC has developed one of the world’s first mobile gas flow rate test benches. This system can be used to verify gas meters that are installed in high-volume... Read on
In the Netherlands, natural gas is a key source of energy and accounts for nearly half of the total energy mix. As we enter a new era in terms of energy, an intelligent approach to gas production is crucial... Read on
Selecting the right method and appropriate device for the flow measurement generally involves a time-consuming and resource-intensive consideration of the advantages and disadvantages of the different... Read on

Type: SOPAS ET

Name: SOPAS Engineering Tool 2018

Version: 2018.4

Software category: Configuration software

Size: 278.19 MB

Product family: MZT8 VIA, MZC1 VIA, MZCG VIA, MLG-2 Pro, ...

Many industries are successfully employing SICK's ultrasonic technology for flow and volume measurement in natural gas pipelines, industrial plants, and exhaust ducts. But is ultrasound also the best technology... Read on
Excavating construction and foundation pits is an essential stage in all kinds of construction projects, from building underground tunnels for traffic to erecting buildings or bridges. These projects are... Read on
Over half of the around 80 biomethane plants in the UK measure the gas volume upstream of the infeed using FLOWSIC500 units from SICK. British system integrator Thyson in particular values the trouble-free... Read on
The FLOWSIC500 ultrasonic compact gas flow meter from SICK is specifically designed for natural gas distribution applications requiring verified calibration. It ensures precision charging, making it the... Read on
Hands-on Smart Sensor Solutions are one of the highlights that SICK is jointly presenting with Siemens at this year’s Interpack. The two companies have equipped a packaging machine with IO-Link-enabled... Read on
Especially when it comes to Industry 4.0, integration capability and consistency are important features of intelligent and future-proof communication structures. That is why SICK offers several options... Read on
Reliable flow measurement of gaseous media

Whether for volume flow measurement, mass flow measurement or flow velocity measurement - the measuring tasks for determining gas flow are very diverse. On top of this, there are often rough ambient conditions in challenging areas such as flare gas measurement, tunnel monitoring or emission monitoring. The ultrasonic gas flow measuring devices from SICK are up to any challenge. In compliance with valid norms and standards, they reliably measure a wide range of gases and are specifically aligned to the special requirements of the respective industry.

When sensors and sensor systems perform measurements, they calculate dimensions, contours and volumes. However, they also determine distance, speed and concentration. Fluid sensors and ultrasonic gas flow measuring devices determine temperature, pressure, fill-level and flow rate.

SICK is one of the world's leading manufacturers of sensors and sensor solutions for industrial applications.
Product family FLOWSIC100
Volume flow measuring devices for continuous emission monitoring
  • Rugged titanium converters for long service life
  • Corrosion-resistant material for use with aggressive gases (option)
  • Integrated measurement via duct diameter for types H, M, and S
  • Probe version PR for cost-saving, single-sided installation in duct
  • Automated operational check with zero and reference point test
Concrete is the most commonly used construction material in the world. Roof tiles, ceilings, stacks, facades, paving stones, staircases, cellars, garages, and trash cans are all made from it. The material... Read on

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