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Here we can provide you with all calibration solutions such as (Temperature, Pressure, Weight …..etc) . Aslo we have the Torque measurement system to prevent your ship from breakdown cost. The flowmeters and vibrations sensors are very important to provide you with accurate measuring .

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Insatech Yokogawa Rotamass TI Nano RCEN15K Front 1440P 16 9
Coriolis Mass Flow Meter

Low Flow - Yokogawa ROTAMASS TI Nano

Use this flowmeter for your application with low flow. A small dual bent tube Coriolis flowmeter series for highly accurate measurement at lowest flows.

Insatech Yokogawa Rotamass TI Supreme RCUS38S Ultimatedisplay Front 1440P 16 9
Coriolis Mass Flow Meter

Medium Flow - Yokogawa ROTAMASS TI Supreme

Use this flowmeter for your applications with medium flow. It's a Coriolis flowmeter with superior performance under demanding conditions.

Insatech Yokogawa Rotamass TI Giga RCEG2HS Ultimatedisplay Front 1440P 16 9
Coriolis Mass Flow Meter

High Flow - Yokogawa ROTAMASS TI Giga

Use this flowmeter for your apllications with high flow. ROTAMASS Giga deliver best in class accuracy and most flexible installation at high flow rates.

Milliflow VAF
Volume - Oil and Fuel

Series M Milliflow® Piston Meters DN 8-12 mm

Mechanical positive volume displacement piston flow meter for low flow. Suitable for measuring liquid, fuel consumption and oil flow.

VAF Proflow With Digital Display
Mechanical Volume Flow Meters

ProFlow Sliding Vane Meters with Digital Display

ProFlow flowmeters operate on the sliding vane principle. The meter consists of a specially shaped housing in which a rotor can rotate freely. Two pairs of vanes are placed into four slots in the rotor.

Proflow
Mechanical Volume Flow Meters

ProFlow Sliding Vane Meters DN 15-50 (½”- 2”)

ProFlow flowmeters operate on the sliding vane principle. The meter consists of a specially shaped housing in which a rotor can rotate freely. Two pairs of vanes are placed into four slots in the rotor.

Loflow Series J 2
Mechanical Volume Flow Meters

LoFlow® Series J Vane Meters

VAF Instruments LoFlow® positive displacement sliding vane type liquid Flowmerers are used in continuous metering applications. LoFlow® Flowmeters have a simple, rugged design. With only few almost frictionless moving internal parts there is hardly any wear in the Flowmeter which safeguards a typical long lasting lifetime.

Productintro Flomec OM Series
Mechanical Volume Flow Meters

OM-series Mechanical Oval gear flow meters

OM series from are oval wheel gauges (displacement gauges) from Flomec and is a volume flow meter which is distinguished by eg. to measure all types of liquids from low viscous liquids as solvents to very high viscous liquids such as oils, paints, shampoos and toothpastes. Range: 1.0 ... 2,500 l/min

Hiflow VAF Instruments
Mechanical Volume Flow Meters

MidFlow® / HiFlow® Sliding Vane Meters DN 25-300 (1”-12”)

MidFlow®/HiFlow® positive displacement type liquid flowmeters are used in continuous metering applications, in-line blending processes and batch applications. MidFlow®/HiFlow® flowmeters have a simple, rugged design.

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Marine Instruments

The importance of using proper instrumentation Electrical and mechanical instrumentation invovles design, control and implementation of devices that can measure physical quantities. There is a huge amount of thought behind the proper instrument and installation choices for each small or larger measuring point. All vessels generally use state of the art instrumentation and equipment to manage everything from the engines, steering and navigation system. When the equipment malfunctions it can have a huge impact on the operational efficiency and can cause massive downtime that can put the vessel behind schedule. A broken viscoity sensor can cause wrong engine combustion, wrong additive dosing can reduce fuel efficency or worse; lubrication properties of various lubration oils. A ballast that isnt filled appropriately after loading can impact vessel stability and leaks and dangerous pressure levels in fuel tanks can impact enginre operation or even lead to disaster.

Proper Use of the Correct Instrumentation Is Important

– a Sensor Is Not Just a Sensor

Today’s fleet is generally becoming highly sophisticated operations with equally sophisticated equipment on board. And controlling all this sophisticated equipment correctly and preventing breakdowns is crucial to a smooth and cost-effective operation. Choosing the correct instrument for measuring the processes on board is not only a good idea seen from a practical aspect, but investing the time and possibly a little extra money on instrumentation that is ideal for the task, can ultimately save the vessel both cost and unnecessary interference for the crew on board.

Measurements are used all over the modern ship in order to keep equipment running at optimum conditions. Everything from critical installations such as main engines, auxiliary engines, steering and navigation to other installations such as cranes, cargo pumps and wastewater handling can and should be monitored with optimization in mind. Optimization of processes on board a ship can contribute to better earnings and lower emissions – even if the realized optimization is only constituted by fewer unplanned interruptions such as maintenance works and breakdowns.

A malfunctioning viscosity sensor can cause lower exploitation of the fuel due to wrongful combustion; a hydraulic failure on a crane can cause delay in port operations and interrupt the planned schedule; incorrect ballast control can impact vessel stability and trim causing anything from slightly lower performance to accidents and undetected leaks in cargo and fuel tanks can cause dangerous situations or even lead to disaster.

Choosing the correct instrument for a specific task can be challenging, as a myriad of variations of a single instrument often exist. And just going by the most expensive option or for something that has been recommended, is not always the right way, as the process and media in which the instrument should be installed is what determines what measurement principle and setup should be chosen. Degradation is caused very differently based on what the instrument is exposed to, and one instrument suited for one place on board might be unsuitable for another; a different pressure might cause inaccurate reading or mechanical failure and a different media could do the same. 

Across the specialists at Insatech, we have the knowledge and experience to find the right instrument for your specific application as well as we can guide you to install it correctly. Making your operation as smooth and efficient as possible is always our goal with our counselling and services, as your success leads to our success!

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