McCrometer SPI Mag - Ideal for Clean or Dirty Water Flow Measurement

Electromagnetic Insertion Meter for Municipal and Industrial Flow Applications

The SPI Mag Insertion Flow Meter provides a highly cost-effective solution for the accurate measurement of liquid flow in closed conduit, pressurized pipe applications.

Unlike conventional magnetic meters, the SPI Mag’s cost is independent of pipe size. Velocity and pipe diameter information are utilized by the SPI Mag to determine flow over wide flow ranges with a high degree of accuracy.

he SPI Mag reliably measures flow in water and wastewater as well as any type of industrial flow processes involving conductive fluids such as potable water, slurries, sludge, cooling water, and pulp stock.

  • Proven electromagnetic technology based on Faraday’s Law
  • Debris shedding, the self-cleaning sensor eliminates costly maintenance
  • Cost is independent of line size
  • Easy Hot Tap Installation – no interruption of flow process

Nominal pipe size availability
Reverse flow indication

Why Temperature Control is so important in the Food Industry

In the production, preparation, storage, and transportation – no single process in the food industry is complete without one vital aspect – temperature control. In the manufacture of cold produce, it means keeping the produce cold as per its relevant temperature range to inhibit bacterial growth, which results in food contamination. For ready-to-eat foods, it means that these foods are cooked at high enough temperatures for long enough so that they are safe to preserve and package. To assure that temperature control is never compromised, the food industry employs a variety of advanced temperature sensor devices, such as Thermocouples, RTD’s and Transmitters.

Why Temperature Control is so Important?
To maintain the quality of food products as per the recommended regulations throughout the process
To prevent food contamination and maintain the safety
To deliver varied and fresh food products successfully to consumers.

An important impact of temperature control is also that if the food products turn bad due to negligence on the temperature front, the company may need to recall the entire batch from the market. As a result of this, the Company may have to bear heavy losses in market share and monetary profits and face the possibility of a tarnished brand image or even court procedures.

How is the Appropriate Temperature Determined?
Good Business Practices and Regulation guidelines govern the handling, production and storage aspects of all manufactured products. These guidelines help the manufacturers, distributors and also dealers to operate by a system of best practices. These practices are designed so as to mitigate and prevent instances of food contamination, which may result from compromised temperature control at any stage of the process and delivery of the products.

Consider this example. Foods such as fish, dairy, meat, etc., need to be stored and handled at certain temperatures so that they remain fit for consumption. The temperature range in which food-borne bacteria can grow is known as the danger zone. Food safety agencies, such as the United States’ Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSiIS), define the danger zone as roughly 5 to 63 ° C. Such temperature danger-zones are listed for numerous types of foods, which if neglected can compromise food safety.

To ensure that the correct temperature range is measured and maintained, temperature sensor devices should perform at optimum and deliver precise results consistently. Such precision can only be ensured with the help of perfectly calibrated temperature devices.

The users should periodically calibrate their temperature devices depending on the frequency and conditions of usage. Beamex MB and FB Series of Temperature Calibrators are the calibrators to go to for checking the temperature devices.

Limited Time Discount Offer On The McCrometer FPI and SPI Mag Flowmeters.

AMS is offering its customers an additional 10% off on the McCrometer FPI and SPI Mag’s.
Valid for order placement from September 1 till September 30. Available to customers within our sales territory. Please use code: MCC-FPI-SPI to claim the discount.

MTL GIR6000 Biogas Analyser

The S904 is a completely stand-alone and transportable humidity calibrator, requiring no external services other than mains power. The calibration chamber features 5 interchangeable ports to accommodate virtually any brand, type or model of the humidity sensor. This calibrator is ideal for companies or organizations looking to calibrate large numbers of probes in a laboratory or field setting.

The environment within the insulated calibration chamber is temperature-controlled using a 4-zone fan-assisted Peltier arrangement for maximum stability, and minimum temperature gradient. The humidity of the circulating air is precisely regulated using a closed-loop control system that functions by proportionally mixing flows of dry and saturated air.

Product Features:

  • Simple operation and maintenance
  • Easy calibration of relative humidity sensors
  • Excellent chamber stability and uniformity
  • Manual control or optional straightforward automated set point programming
  • Optional in-built data-logging for reference probe and probes under calibration
  • Humidity and temperature controlled chamber
  • Generate 10 to 90% RH over +10 to +50°C temperature
  • Transportable to allow on-site calibrations
AMS News

AMS was very proud to receive the 2018 Partner Achievement Award from McCrometer during a visit by David Splatt. McCrometer is one of our major product lines, so it is very rewarding to receive this award and see the growth in sales for their products. Apart from the V-cone product line, AMS has been successful in marketing the M1104 Fire Hydrant Testing flowmeters and of late the FPI single-point insertion mag flowmeter. To celebrate in receiving the award AMS will offer a 10% discount on the FPI and STI MAG insertion magnetic flowmeters. See above for the code to claim the discount.

The first six months of the year saw a relatively slow start to the year for AMS. However, there are many projects in the pipeline, which will give us hope for a better second half. Our new salespeople Andrew Aditya in Victoria and William Oey in New South Wales have settled in well and have expanded our customer base, due to their previous positions. Our analytical division also has their best sales figures as well and we expect further growth in that area.

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