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Magnetrol’s Thermatel Model TA2 thermal mass flowmeter measures greenhouse gases in accordance with the new US Environmental Protection Agency rule (EPA 40 CFR Part 98).

This new mandate requires companies emitting more than 25,000 tons per year of CO2 equivalent to report greenhouse gas emissions.

The Magnetrol Model TA2’s thermal dispersion technology provides an accurate and economical method to measure the amount of emitted methane or natural gas and assesses emissions of CO2, meeting the EPA requirements.

The TA2 is a direct mass flow measuring instrument and requires only a single insertion point into a pipe or stack to install.

Accuracy is better than +/-1 per cent of reading +0.5 per cent of the calibrated full scale and exceeds the stated acceptable accuracy within this new EPA rule.

Instruments are available for installation in line sizes from 15mm up to more than 3,000mm.

It operates over a flow range from 0.13Nm/s to 200Nm/s, with a wide turndown ratio up to 100:1.

The flow sensing element of the Model TA2 is manufactured with all-welded construction and available in 316/316L or Hastelloy C.

There is virtually no pressure drop when using a thermal mass flowmeter; it has no moving parts and is, therefore, less sensitive for clogging and fouling.

The instrument measures and displays mass flow rate, totalised flow and temperature with the electronic output of passive and active 4-20mA signal including Hart protocol.

Actual gas calibration will be performed on each TA2 and matched to the customer application and installation conditions.

There are several flow measurement technologies that can be used for the measurement of greenhouse gases.

However, thermal dispersion mass flowmeters provide advantages in terms of mass flow measurement, turndown, low flow sensitivity, low pressure drop and installation, according to the company.

The TA2 thermal mass flowmeter will provide a low cost of ownership for facilities that are required to measure the greenhouse gas emissions from their processes to comply with this new EPA requirement.

TA2 checks greenhouse gases in line with EPA rule

Magnetrol’s Thermatel Model TA2 thermal mass flowmeter measures greenhouse gases in accordance with the new US Environmental Protection Agency rule (EPA 40 CFR Part 98).

This new mandate requires companies emitting more than 25,000 tons per year of CO2 equivalent to report greenhouse gas emissions.

The Magnetrol Model TA2’s thermal dispersion technology provides an accurate and economical method to measure the amount of emitted methane or natural gas and assesses emissions of CO2, meeting the EPA requirements.

The TA2 is a direct mass flow measuring instrument and requires only a single insertion point into a pipe or stack to install.

Accuracy is better than +/-1 per cent of reading +0.5 per cent of the calibrated full scale and exceeds the stated acceptable accuracy within this new EPA rule.

Instruments are available for installation in line sizes from 15mm up to more than 3,000mm.

It operates over a flow range from 0.13Nm/s to 200Nm/s, with a wide turndown ratio up to 100:1.

The flow sensing element of the Model TA2 is manufactured with all-welded construction and available in 316/316L or Hastelloy C.

There is virtually no pressure drop when using a thermal mass flowmeter; it has no moving parts and is, therefore, less sensitive for clogging and fouling.

The instrument measures and displays mass flow rate, totalised flow and temperature with the electronic output of passive and active 4-20mA signal including Hart protocol.

Actual gas calibration will be performed on each TA2 and matched to the customer application and installation conditions.

There are several flow measurement technologies that can be used for the measurement of greenhouse gases.

However, thermal dispersion mass flowmeters provide advantages in terms of mass flow measurement, turndown, low flow sensitivity, low pressure drop and installation, according to the company.

The TA2 thermal mass flowmeter will provide a low cost of ownership for facilities that are required to measure the greenhouse gas emissions from their processes to comply with this new EPA requirement.

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