Compressed Air Monitoring & Control System with Thermal mass flow meter

It is often thought that compressed air is cheap or even free source of power, but in fact compressed air can be 10~20 times more expensive than electricity. Regular compressed air system use lots of energy to feed the compressor than compresses the air.

COMATE TGF450 inline thermal mass flow meter is an economical model designed for compressed air(dry,) Nitrogen gas flow measurement. 1:100 turndown ratio meet minimum flow rate down to 0.3m/s and can be used on pipelines in difference shape.

Though RS485 protocol each TGF450 thermal mass flow meter that placed on pipe will transmission the real-time measured data  to COMATE Combox data module. 

The Combox will also reading the data of compressor and power meter and other instruments need to monitoring.

  • 3 chancels of Modubus@RS485 capable of communication with
    compressor, flow meter and power meter
  • Entend port for third-party sensor input
  • Versatility. Combox be able to communication with the most of the
    compressors in the market, like Atlas, Kaeser, Sullair,etc by means of
    RS485 or CAN protocol.
  • Data transimission with 24*7.
  • PC, Smart phone APP support. User also can check the realtime data
    on PC or smart phone by means of Combox APP
  • Intergrated business lead/customer CRM system and instruments
    management
  • Daily/Weekly/Monthly report available

Compressed Air Monitoring&Control System | Thermal Gas flow meter

For good compressed air it’s therefore necessary that the energy consumption of the system and air treatment equipment should take into account.

The COMATE compressed air monitoring&control system will gather all the important statics above into analyzing and optimization then generated the standard statics report or at a period time.

REMARK: if the compressed air is wet, COMATE digital vortex type flowmeterVFM60MV  will be a good choice. Built-in temperature and pressure sensor compensation since density of compressed air density varies with temperature and pressure changes.