Don’t Settle For Less — The TFX-5000

Don’t settle for less.

The Dynasonics TFX-5000 Ultrasonic Transit Time Flowmeter offers only the very best solution in flowmeter technology. The Ultrasonic means of flow measurement employs the use of constantly emitting sound waves into a pipe to register the rate of a fluid’s movement. This method of flow measurement is both accurate, and best of all, non-invasive, allowing the operator to procure a flow rate without having to cut into the pipe and completely halt a process or system. Ultrasonic flowmeters distance themselves from traditional mechanical flowmeters as they contain no moving parts, which in the long-term, reduces ongoing maintenance costs and adds to the overall service life of the meter.

Using the transit-time system of measurement, the TFX-5000 uses transducers that send and receive waves in both upstream and downstream currents in the pipe, making the TFX-5000 bi-directional. By performing calculations of difference in time, the flowmeter acquires an accurate measurement that is then relayed to a large, easy-to-read digital display.

The TFX-5000 is designed to handle more fluids than simply water. Handling all clean liquids, the TFX-5000 can also handle fluids with small amounts of suspended solids or aeration. This allows it to be used in the measurement of surface water or raw sewage. In addition to being suitable for a wide variety of applications, the TFX-5000 also comes with an on-board data logging function with a time/date stamp feature that uses a digital clock to stamp alarms, log flow-rate and track velocities in real-time.

No matter what application you require, the TFX-5000 is guaranteed to be your best option. With a non-invasive installation method allowing you to keep your system operating while still being able measure flow, and compatible with a variety of fluids, don’t settle for less, get your TFX-5000 today.


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