MIS, MIK, MIM - Mag Flowmeters
Kobold’s M-series level switch comprising a float that slides up and down with the liquid, along a guide tube.
Kobold’s VKP plastic flowmeters that operate on a special suspended float principle with cylindrical measuring tube and spring-loaded float with orifice.
To check the flow processes in pipeline systems and for insight into the interior of process pipes, many flow indicators are used in which the flowing medium sets a rotor turning and thus to a large extent visibly signals a flow. Kobold’s DAA self-cleaning flow indicator, with the unique characteristic of the rotor being housed in a rotatable glass cylinder.
Whenever flow of gases needs to be adjusted or monitored, KOBOLD's model UTS, a practical and affordable variable area flowmeter for monitoring gas burners. This compact measuring instrument can be placed at various locations, precisely where required. Recently the company was tasked with optimising gas burner production line monitoring in order to achieve a ‘No Product Rejection’ status.
Kobold’s has on offer the Kobold MIK, a compact, magnetic-inductive flowmeter, combining a large measuring range, from at 0.01 l/min and currently to 700 l/min, and six different measuring tube sizes, from G ½ male to G 2 ¾ male; perfect for users with smaller to medium-sized measuring ranges.
Operated by electromagnetic measurement, a voltage is induced in a conductor moving through a magnetic field.
With an all stainless steel body and temperature measurement for fuel consumption, the Kobold DOE offers different pulse output options including one to measure pulsating flow from, for example, peristaltic pumps.
KOBOLD’s NSV level monitors to measure low-density (powdery), fine-grained bulk solids, such as plastic granules, cement, and food like flour, sugar and animal feed.
INSTROTECH, a Comtest Group Company, has on offer 3 Kobold oval wheel flowmeters, that give precise flow measurement for all viscous, non-abrasive clean liquids, and can be used in a number of diverse applications, such as measurement of fuel consumption for small aircraft, motorboats, and mobile power generators. Applicable media are all viscous, non-abrasive clean liquids, like petroleum and other fuels (including diesel), oil and grease, ink and pastes, and chemicals.