- Robust housing for high-pressure applications up to 200 bar
- Resistant to cleaning agents thanks to stainless steel components
- Flexible: IO-Link, analog, switching and frequency output
- Integrated temperature sensor saves hardware costs
- IO-Link enables documentation of cleaning processes
Fast and pressure-resistant
When documenting cleaning processes and high-pressure applications, the mechatronic measuring principle with its fast response time is the first choice. The integrated temperature sensor and the versatile diagnostic functions via IO-Link save both additional hardware costs and maintenance costs. Moreover, the use of a stainless-steel housing makes the sensor resistant to standard cleaning agents.
Documentation of cleaning processes
All measured values can be transmitted to the controller in digital form, without any conversion losses, via IO-Link. Flow and temperature values can thus be easily documented for each cleaning process.
Further advantages and customer benefits
Fast response time
The mechatronic measuring principle is characterised by an extremely fast response time allowing for even short spray bursts during the high-pressure cleaning process to be precisely recorded in terms of quantity.
No inlet and outlet pipe lengths required
Confusion and air bubbles have no influence on the measurement. This allows the sensor to be installed anywhere in the piping system.
Turbulence and air bubbles do not impact the measurement. This allows for the sensor to be installed anywhere in the pipework.
With IO-Link, monitoring of a high-pressure cleaning system, including documentation of the cleaning processes, can be implemented easily and quickly with little hardware costs, for example for use in modern slaughterhouses. ifm offers all the required hardware and software components to also provide supermarket chains, among others, with the requested transparency.