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Spirax Sarco Releases the EFT10 Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter for Measurement of Conductive Fluids

May 31, 2013

The EFT10 produces a clean and powerful bidirectional flow signal with unsurpassed fast response and uniquely high sighnal strength.

Blythewood, South Carolina (PRWEB) May 31, 2013

Spirax Sarco is pleased to announce the release of the EFT10 Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter for measurement of conductive fluids. The EFT10 is the newest generation flow transmitter that combines the pulse Hybrid method of coil excitation with digital communications to provide end users with a robust product to measure all types of conductive liquid applications including but not limited to, mining, slurries, waste and low conductivity media.

This instrument combined with a UniMag flow tube is an excellent option for measuring low conductive fluids due to its ultra-stable flow signal to media noise ratio up to 50 times higher than other mag meter technologies.

The EFT10 is a versatile and advanced mag meter transmitter with a user-friendly keypad for programming, a 10-year memory, batch control, RS485 Modbus interface, HART, two 4 — 20mA output and a scalable pulse frequency output.

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About Spirax Sarco, Inc.

Spirax Sarco is the world leader in steam system management. The Company provides a broad range of fluid control products, engineered packages, systems expertise and site services for its diverse range of over 100,000 industrial and institutional customers. The Company helps its customers to optimize production capacity, reduce energy costs and emissions, improve product quality and enhance the safety of their operations. Spirax Sarco has strategically located manufacturing plants around the world and employs approximately 4,700 people, of whom around 1,300 are direct sales and service engineers. Further information can be found at http://www.spiraxsarco.com/us.

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