Electromagnetic flowmeter

March 16, 2023
This solution is ideal for bioprocessing applications such as filtration processes, chromatography and buffer or media preparation.

Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Solutions (WMFTS) now offers the KROHNE FLEXMAG 4050 C ® electromagnetic flowmeter for biopharmaceutical customers.

With the KROHNE FLEXMAG 4050 C electromagnetic flowmeter, WMFTS customers can verify the accurate flow conditions of compatible Watson-Marlow pumps. The KROHNE flowmeter is the first single-use electromagnetic flowmeter on the market.

The flowmeter provides accurate readings independent of pressure, temperature and viscosity of the fluid. It also provides a completely stable, direct and accurate fluid flow measurement that does not drift over time.

With a simple exchange between two different flow tube sizes, the flow measurement system can accommodate two different flow ranges with no need to recalibrate. The transmitter and flow tube are factory calibrated and do not require further adjustment on site.

Creating a sterile fluid path is crucial in the biopharmaceutical industry. The flowmeter features a disposable, biocompatible and gamma stable flow tube that easily integrates into customized single-use assemblies. The FLEXMAG 4050 C flow tubes are manufactured at an ISO 13485 certified site, and production takes place in an ISO Class 7 cleanroom environment. Fluid contact materials are made from biocompatible material. The flow tube is gamma stable up to 50 kGy with fluid contact materials made from biocompatible material.

Part of the Watson-Marlow compatible accessory range, the KROHNE flowmeter is exclusively available as a package with the following Watson-Marlow pumps and/or puresu® assemblies:

  • PROFINET® and EtherNet/IP™ 500, 600 and 700 series Watson-Marlow process pumps 
  • puresu® assemblies

This new offering from Watson-Marlow is ideal for customers in the life sciences or biopharmaceutical industry involved in a range of bioprocessing applications, including filtration processes, chromatography, and buffer or media preparation.

For more information, visit www.wmfts.com.