Cape Town, South Africa — ESI-AFRICA.COM — 15 March 2011- Krohne – a German-based global leader in the design, development and manufacture of innovative and reliable process instrumentation – will be showcasing its latest innovations this week at the Africa Utility Week at the Cape Town International Convention Centre.
This instrumentation – the WATERFLUX 3000- is designed to replace all mechanical meters. There is more independence with the WATERFLUX as there is no need for inlets and outlets, thanks to a homogeneous magnetic field, making the measurement entirely independent of the flow profile.
It measures both small and large bi-directional water quantities regardless of the installation position and the flow velocity. It has battery power of up to 15 years, which means no need for power supply or signal cables.
Krohne will also be exhibiting an internet-based data logging solution where customers will be able to monitor totalising values on water and electrical meters, tank level, pressure and temperature, any input and output, flow meters, pumps, valves, power generation and distribution equipment. With this technology clients will be able to access real-time data from anywhere in the world on any computer with an internet connection.