Coriolis flow sensor NTEP Approval


SITRANS FC430 Coriolis flow meter, now has National Type Evaluation Program (NTEP) CT approval

Siemens Process Industries & Drives Division is pleased to announce the next generation of custody transfer (CT) Coriolis flow measurement. The SITRANS FC430 Coriolis flow meter, now with National Type Evaluation Program (NTEP) CT approval, is designed for both volume and mass liquid flow, and offers high accuracy measurement with minimum of pressure loss.

The SITRANS FC430’s industry leading performance and custody transfer approval makes it a perfect fiscal metering tool for diverse industries such as oil and gas, petrochemical, and food and beverage.

Coriolis NTEP approval

Compact Coriolis flow solutions receives NTEP custody transfer approval

Siemens Process Industries & Drives Division is pleased to announce the certification of its highly advanced Coriolis flow measurement solution, the SITRANS FCS200, with custody transfer approval by NTEP. The SITRANS FCS200 Coriolis flow sensor for compressed natural gas (CNG) applications is available in tube sizes of 3/8”, 1/2” and 1” with NTEP Custody Transfer (CT) approval for the 3/8” and 1/2” tube sizes.

The SITRANS FCS200 is one of the most compact Coriolis flow solutions on the market today, enabling the sensor to fit in locations where space is crucial, providing extra flexibility in any CNG application - both new and retrofit. Innovative, user-friendly support tools provide direct access to operational and functional data. With unparalleled accuracy and capacity under high pressure and hazardous conditions, the SITRANS FCS200 sensor sets a new standard for efficiency and safety in CNG custody transfer measurement.

National Type Evaluation Program (NTEP)

What is NTEP? The National Conference on Weights and Measures issues an NTEP Certificate of Conformance following successful completion of an evaluation of a device. It indicates that the device(s) described in the Certificate is/are capable of meeting applicable requirements of the NIST Handbook 44.

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