Anderson-Negele Flow Meters

Central States Industrial (CSI) offers a complete line of flow meters from Anderson-Negele that are optimal for a variety of fluids across the market. Whether you are measuring conductive fluids—receiving, batching, timing, or blending—or non-conductive fluids like sugars and oils, CSI has the right instrument to meet your needs.

Anderson-Negele goes a step further by providing associated controls for a complete solution, including solutions that meet the custody transfer regulations.

IZMAG Electromagnetic Flow Meter

Applications

The IZMAG electromagnetic flow meter provides accurate flow measurement for conductive liquids and slurries. With no moving parts, the IZMAG provides years of reliable service and maintains high accuracy even with viscous, sticky fluids.

The IZMAG is ideal for applications like milk, cream, beer, tomato paste, sauces, molasses, yogurt, slurries, concentrates, and cleaning solutions. The IZMAG can operate with fluids of any viscosity, flow rates from 314 to 1200 gpm, and temperatures up to 325ºF.

The IZMAG's range of application is very wide, but there are a few limitations. Magmeters are not recommended for applications where the pipe is not full or when the fluid is entrained with air.

WORKING PRINCIPLE 

The IZMAG, like it's predecessor the IZMS, utilizes the conductive properties of fluids to detect movement. The meter generates a magnetic field, which induces a current in the fluid moving through the field.

Standard Design

It's PFA liner offers increases in pressure, temperature, and aseptic applications when compared to its predecessor, the IZMS. Its compact design and all stainless-steel housing allow the IZMAG to fit in compact spaces and endure harsh cleaning chemicals and environmental extremes. The IZMAG can be configured with an array of advanced features.

Materials
Product Contact SurfacesPFA, 316L, EPDM, silicone for temperatures over 250°F
Housing304 stainless steel
Technical Data
Accuracy± 0.20% of rate 
Temperature Limits32 – 212°F process 
32 – 325°F remote electronics
Ambient TemperatureDC-12 – 130°F
AC-12 – 120°F
Pressure Rating1.4 – 145 psi abs.
0.1 – 11 bar abs.
Product Requirements5 µS min. conductivity
15 µS/cm minimum for remote electronics
ApprovalsETL, CE (excluding ethernet), 3-A authorized

Dimensional Data
Flow Tube

(in)

D

(in)

H

(in)

L1

(in)

L2 A

(in)

L2 B

(in)

L2 C

(in)

L2 Fitting

(in)

Weight

(lb)

½3.548.864.096.75---14.4
¾3.548.864.098.0013.259.881314.4
13.548.864.098.0013.259.881314.6
1½ (032)4.139.454.098.0013.259.881317.0
1½ (040)             4.139.454.098.00---17.0
25.1210.434.098.0013.259.881319.8
5.1210.436.309.0013.259.881325.3
36.1011.426.309.8813.259.881337.4
46.6912.017.8711.9013.67-1450.5 

HM/HMP Series Turbine Flow Meters

Applications

Anderson-Negele’s HM and HMP Series turbine flow meters are economical, accurate choices for flow measurement. Both are ideal for use with thin, clear fluids like water, vinegar, beer, clear juices, filtered wine, or clean-in-place (CIP) solution. HM/HMP Series meters are available in a range of sizes, which can operate at flow rates from 5 to 250 gpm.

The HM Series is authorized to carry the 3-A symbol, making it a great fit for food, dairy, egg, and beverage applications. The HM can handle aggressive products such as acids, vinegar solutions, brine, and de-ionized water.

The HMP Series life sciences turbine flow meter is designed for pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical industries, featuring a variety of USP Class VI material options and design in accordance with ASME-BPE standards. The HMP can handle difficult process requirements such as steam blowdowns and the need to autoclave without difficulty.

Working Principle

Using the proven method of counting the rotation of a turbine within a flowing stream of liquid, these turbine flow meters are not based merely on a modification of an industrial design, but on a design that was created specifically for the sanitary and high purity industries. Non-magnetic sensing of the 316 rotor eliminates the drag other magnetically sensed rotors experience which provides for better metering accuracy and greater longevity.

Standard Design

The HM and HMP Series are constructed of all 316 stainless steel, including the rotor. The durable stainless steel shaft and rulon sleeve bearing eliminate frequent rebuilds. The two-piece design allows for easy access to internals for inspection.

Technical Data
Accuracy± 0.50% over entire flow range
Repeatability± 0.10>
Temperature250°F
Maximum Inlet Pressure115 psi 
Maximum Product Viscosity100 cps
Power Supply9-30 VDC
Signal Output10-22 VDC
Approvals3-A authorized; meets ASME-BPE standards
Materials
Body316 stainless steel
Rotor316 (optional 17/4 PH)
Sleeve BearingRulon 123
GasketSilicone rubber
Dimensional Data
ModelA

(in)

B

(in)

Fitting

(in)

HM-075HM-1002.885.881 Tri-Clamp®
HM-1503.256.131½ Tri-Clamp
HM-2003.758.632 Tri-Clamp

Micro Motion® H Series Hygienic Coriolis Flow Meters

Applications

Micro Motion H Series hygienic Coriolis mass flow meters from Anderson-Negele provide accurate flow measurement for difficult applications, including two-phase flow for batching, loading, and entrained air.

Working Principle

The basic operation of Coriolis flow meters is based on the principles of motion mechanics. As fluid moves through a vibrating tube, it is forced to accelerate as it moves toward the point of peak-amplitude vibration.

Conversely, decelerating fluid moves away from the point of peak amplitude as it exits the tube. The result is a twisting reaction of the flow tube during flowing conditions as it traverses each vibration cycle.

Standard Design

The Micro Motion H Series hygienic flow meters are designed with rigorous hygienic needs in mind. H Series flow meters are authoized to carry the 3-A symbol, meet ASME-BPE specifications, are EGEDG certified, and self-draining. Additional sanitary models are available to fit a range of applications.

Materials
Product Wetted Components316L stainless steel
Non-Wetted Components316L, 304L, polyurethane-painted aluminum
Technical Data
Liquid Accuracy/RepeatabilityUp to ±0.1% of rate 
Gas Accuracy/RepeatabilityUp to ±0.5% of rate
Density Accuracy/RepeatabilityUp to ±0.0005 g/cm3
Pressure RangeUp to 1450 psig 
Temperature Range-148°F – 400°F 
Electronics (soft)Expansive I/O options including mA, Frequency, Discrete, HART, and Modbus
Turndown20:01
Approvals3-A authorized; EHEDG certified; meets ASME-BPE standards; configurable for ATEX, IP66/67, CSA
Dimensional Data
ModelA

(in)

B

(in)

C

(in)

D

(in)

H02515.947.375.122.81
H05017.447.376.752.31
H10020.947.629.124.12
H20021.258.5612.565.62
H30035.1210.317.255.87

AE Air Eliminator

Applications

The AE air eliminator from Anderson-Negele solves many of the problems associated with the presence of air or gas in pumped liquids. Line vibration due to two-phase flow, poor flow meter measurement accuracy, and issues with product quality just are a few of the more common negative effects of gas presence in a liquid.

Working Principle

The AE is designed to remove air or gas from product streams. When located after the pumping device in a positive pressure line, product enters at a tangent to the wall of the vessel, the resultant force stratifies the incoming product, putting the heavier liquid towards the wall with the lighter aerated product separating towards the center. This separation is then completed by allowing only the liquid at the outer wall to exit the vessel at the bottom located outlet.

FTS-141/FTS-741 Calorimetric Flow Switch

Applications

FTS-141 and FTS-741 calorimetric flow switches from Anderson-Negele measure low particulate liquids that are aqueous (having water content greater than 50%) and that do not have medium temperatures above 212°F. Both FTS flow switches are suitable for dry-run protection or for monitoring filters, agitators, or cooling loops.

Working Principle

The functional principle of the FTS calorimetric flow monitor is based on a temperature sensor mounted on the sensor tip that is periodically heated by a heating element. When the medium is stationary, a constant temperature difference ΔT arises between the heated and unheated state. When the medium flows, heat energy is withdrawn from the heated temperature sensor and the temperature difference changes in relation to the flow rate.

RZ/RZ2AU Positive Displacement Flow Meter

Applications

The RZ Series positive displacement flowmeters are a legacy product series from Anderson-Negele.  While the RZ series is no longer manufactured by Anderson-Negele, CSI can provide genuine OEM replacements parts and additional support for your existing RZ meters. 

Working Principle

The RZ meter was comprised of a single moving part design. Measurement was based on the principle of a chamber and rotating piston, which created several internal chambers that were alternately filling and emptying as the piston moves in a circular path within the chamber. The electronic sensing of the piston's position and movement provided the information necessary to measure the exact volume of liquid which had passed through the flowmeter.

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