Pro V M23 Insertion Vortex Flow Meter from iCenta

A series of precision multivariable insertion vortex flow meters utilizing three primary sensing elements: a vortex shedding velocity sensor, an RTD temperature sensor, and a solid-state pressure transducer to measure the mass flow rate of liquids, gases and steam in commercial, industrial and municipal applications.


  • Volumetric or mass flow monitoring of most liquids, gases, and steam
  • Multivariable meter delivers mass flow, temperature, pressure, and density readings from a single installed device and reduces initial cost, installation cost and cost-of ownership over the lifetime of the instrument
  • Compensated mass flow reading of liquids, gases, and steam
  • Energy monitoring ability to compute and output energy use
  • Easy to install and commission: hot tappable, process shut down not required for installation
  • Reliable meter with no moving parts, no fluid to sensor contact
  • High accuracy with rangeability up to 100:1
  • Temperature up to 400 °C
  • Pressure up to 1500 psig
  • Insertion style mounting permits installation in any pipe 2" and greater
  • Field configurable ranges, outputs and displays
  • Remote electronics option available for use in harsh environments or locations with limited access
  • 4-20 mA loop powered Mass Meter design saves on energy costs
  • HART protocol communications - Standard
  • Modbus communications available
  • FM, FMC, ATEX, IECEx Approved


  • Steam flow measurement
  • Optimising energy management
  • Energy usage billing

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