K-Bar 2000B

Kurz K-BAR 2000B-WGF Insertion Mass Flowmeter (Multipoint)

K-BAR 2000B-WGF multipoint insertion flow meter is engineered specifically for wet stacks, condensing gas environments, and biogas applications. The K-BAR WGF processes the dry flow signal independent of the effects of moisture in the process gas stream. K-BAR 2000B-WGF flow meters have effectively no impact on the flow stream, proven high accuracy, and are highly economical for both initial and maintenance costs.

Features & Benefits

  • Applications: Condensing Stacks, Stack & Flue Gas, Biogas, Emissions Monitoring, Mine Ventilation, Fan Inlets, and More
  • 0.25% Reading Repeatability from 0 to 6,000 SFPM (28NMPS)
  • Process Pressure Rating: Up to 150 PSIG  (10 BARg)
  • Process Temperature Rating: From -40°F to 257°F (-40°C to 125°C)
  • Process Conditions: Up to 100% Relative Humidity
  • Simultaneous Velocity and Temperature Monitoring
  • Interchangeable Sensor and Electronics
  • Continuous Self-Monitoring Electronics
  • Constant Temperature Control Method to Prevent Overheating
  • Configurable In-Field via Meter UI or Computer
kurz, thermal, wet gas, condensing, multipoint, biogas

Product Description

K-BAR 2000B-WGF multipoint insertion flow meter is engineered specifically for wet stacks, condensing gas environments, and biogas applications. The K-BAR WGF processes the dry flow signal independent of the effects of moisture in the process gas stream. K-BAR 2000B-WGF flow meters have effectively no impact on the flow stream, proven high accuracy, and are highly economical for both initial and maintenance costs.

Features & Benefits

  • Applications: Condensing Stacks, Stack & Flue Gas, Biogas, Emissions Monitoring, Mine Ventilation, Fan Inlets, and More
  • 0.25% Reading Repeatability from 0 to 6,000 SFPM (28NMPS)
  • Process Pressure Rating: Up to 150 PSIG  (10 BARg)
  • Process Temperature Rating: From -40°F to 257°F (-40°C to 125°C)
  • Process Conditions: Up to 100% Relative Humidity
  • Simultaneous Velocity and Temperature Monitoring
  • Interchangeable Sensor and Electronics
  • Continuous Self-Monitoring Electronics
  • Constant Temperature Control Method to Prevent Overheating
  • Configurable In-Field via Meter UI or Computer