Ultrasonic Flow Meters – ATRATO – Breakthrough Flow Measurement Technology

Welcome to the Titan ‘Atrato’ – A range of Ultrasonic Flow Meters.

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Summary of the Atrato Ultrasonic Flow Meter

  • Breakthrough Ultrasonic Flow Meters
  • UK Manufacture
  • Wide Scope of Applications
  • 2ml/min to 20 L/min Flow Range
  • Specialist & Industry Specific Atrato Derivatives
  • Bespoke Ultrasonic Flow Measurement Solutions & Problem Solving
Benefits of the Atrato Ultrasonic Flow Meter
  • High reliability
  • No moving parts
  • Fast response
  • Through bore design
  • Easy to use
  • OEM versions

Utilising patented technology that enables it to operate with excellent accuracy over very wide flow ranges, across the whole span, the Atrato range of inline ultrasonic flow meters is a genuine breakthrough in flowmeter technology.

Its rugged, clean-bore construction makes the Atrato ideal for a whole range of low flow applications and its USB port allows software connectivity at literally the touch of a button. Its signal processing system permits flow measurement across the whole Reynolds number range allowing both viscous and non-viscous products to metered accurately, whilst signal discrimination identifies anomalies in the flow and generates reports as required.


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The Atrato Ultrasonic Flow Sensors – Applications

The Atrato Flows from 2mL /Min to 20 L/Min.

The Atrato ultrasonic flow sensors deliver a step change in flow meter performance in a wide range of applications. It can handle low flows from luminar to turbulent and is largely immune from viscosity. It has excellent turndown, repeatability and linearity and can monitor flow over a range of 200:1. Accuracy is better than +/-1.5%, which makes it ideal for:

ultrasonic flow sensor applications
Atrato ultrasonic flow measurement devices are suitable for coffee, beverage & drink dispensing, laboratory & scientific environments, the flow measurement of cooling systems, active flow alarm implementation, semiconductor plant and manufacture, pilot plant environments, fuel cell flow measurement, pharmaceutical applications, OEM applications, petrochemical flow measurement and aggressive chemical flow metering.

The Atrato Ultrasonic Flow Sensors are ideal for:

  • Drink dispensing
  • Laboratory tests
  • Cooling equipment
  • Active flow alarms
  • Semiconductor plant
  • OEM applications
  • Pilot plant
  • Fuel cells
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Chemical & petrochemical

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Atrato Ultrasonic Flow Indicators: Features

Heritage of Atrato Ultrasonic Flow Indicators

The development of Atrato ultrasonic flow indicators began in 2001 with a corporate decision to develop the best noninvasive small bore flow meter in the world as part of a long term strategic plan. One of the foremost fluid engineering establishments (The Cranfield Institute of Technology) was commissioned to develop the device along with Titan and this joint project has been continuous since that date. Titan have exclusive global rights for the technology which is subject to two granted patents and two more applications will be made in the near future.

  • Breakthrough technology for ultrasonic flow Indicators
  • Choice of materials
  • ±1.0% of reading and ±0.1% repeatability
  • 4 Flow ranges
  • Pulse output
  • USB interface 
  • 10/30 Bar rating
  • Viton seals as std.
  • Choice of end fittings & connectivity
  • 10-24 Vdc
  • 60°C or 110°C Max to match flow temperature range
  • 200:1 turndown
  • Non metallic options
  • Analogue outputs

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Atrato Specifications

Linearity
±1.0% of reading over flow range


Repeatability
±0.1% from 25% to 100%
±0.5% from 0 to 25%


Housing
IP54


Temperature range
-10 to 60°C assembly with enclosed electronics
or -10 to 110°C sensor only (for use with remote electronics)
-10 to 60°C remote electronics


Fluid temperature range
-10 to 60°C or -10 to 110°C with remote electronics


Storage temperature
-20 to 110°C


Pressure rating
10 bar standard, 30 bar with stainless steel end fittings


Pulse output
PNP or NPN maximum frequency 1000 Hz


Relay
24 Vdc 500mA max non inductive


PIN 6 Transistor
output

PNP 24 V @ 20mA maximum


input
Pull down resistor required (10K ohm)


PIN 7 Transistor
output
NPN 24 V @ 20mA maximum


input
Pull up resistor required (10K ohm)


LCD display
Reflective
6 x 8mm high main characters
2.5mm enunciators
Gal. cc. Kg. gms. Ltr. /min /Hr /Sec


4 – 20mA output
into 250 ohm maximum
14 bit resolution
±0.1% linearity (plus flowmeter accuracy)


0 – 10 Volt output
14 bit resolution (14 V dc min supply voltage)
±0.1% linearity (plus flowmeter accuracy)


0 – 5 Volt output
12 bit resolution


USB
TypeA connector Windows XP or later


Wiring terminals
1mm maximum


Power supply
10 – 24 Vdc (15 -24 Vdc for 4-20mA or 0-10 V)


Power consumption
110mA (plus analogue output current)


Connections
1/2” BSP male PEEK or 1/2” NPT or BSP 316 stainless steel.
3/8” John Guest push-in


MATERIALS OF CONSTRUCTION

End fittings
PEEK, food and medical grade or 316 Stainless steel


Flow tube
316 Stainless steel as standard
Alternative – Borosilicate glass


Seals
Viton as standard
Alternative – Nitrile, EPDM, Silicon


Housing
Aluminium extrusion


End caps
ABS


Mounting bracket
ABS


Ext. elastomeric seals
PTE

 

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Ultrasonic Flow Measurement News

Eureka March 2010: Ultrasonic flowmeter appeals to new markets

Eureka March 2010 Sensors, Test & Measurement: Flowmeters Head: Ultrasonic flowmeter appeals to new markets Intro: A new high-accuracy, low-cost ultrasonic flowmeter could represent a breakthrough change in a small bore ultrasonic flow metering. Paul Fanning reports. Due to be launched at MTEC 2010, the Atrato from Titan Enterprise is a direct through meter without …