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Emerson releases magnetic slurry sensor and transmitter

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Global Mining Review,

Emerson’s Rosemount MS Slurry Sensor with the Rosemount 8782 Slurry Transmitter is a slurry magnetic flow meter designed for high noise and slurry applications for use in the oil and gas, mining and pulp and paper industries. The product aims to help improve product quality, reduce raw material cost and minimise waste and rework.

The slurry magnetic flow meter, or slurry mag, provides a flow measurement solution for customers with fluids that contain large solids, mining ore, pulp or sand, or that experience high process noise or signal instability.

Featuring signal processing that adapts to changing process conditions in real time, the slurry mag can eliminate noise from the flow signal without using excessive damping, allowing it to increase accuracy in the measurement of process flow rates.

The slurry mag meter includes more standard diagnostics such as the grounding and wiring fault detection that helps ensure the meter is installed correctly the first time. Optional advanced process diagnostics help provide insight into performance through a high process noise detection diagnostic, as well as enable proactive maintenance in applications where coating may be a concern.

The 8782 transmitter contains Emerson’s patented Smart Meter Verification capabilities, which can provide simplified means of troubleshooting or verifying the meter. While the 8782 transmitter is designed to work with the MS sensor, it is also compatible with existing 8707 installations, making the performance, signal processing and diagnostic capabilities available to anyone who is already using Emerson’s solutions for these applications.

“The Rosemount slurry magnetic flow meter can help our customers better achieve their operational goals,” said Laura Chemler, Product Manager at Emerson’s Automation Solutions. “The advanced signal processing is able to adapt to changing flow rates, providing more accurate flow rate feedback when it’s needed most, which in turn helps to ensure an efficient overall process that minimises waste and optimises utilisation of precious resources”.

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