The company introduced its series of exotic alloy grounding rings designed to improve mag meter accuracy
Collins Instrument Company, Inc. introduced its series of exotic alloy grounding rings designed to improve mag meter accuracy. The all-metal rings fit between flanges and are said to help eliminate unwanted noise and extraneous signals. Available with a variety of materials such as 316 SS, hastelloy B&C, monel, alloy 20, Titanium, zirconium, and tantalum, these "paddle type" rings come in a standard thickness of 1/8-in. Tantalum rings are also available in 1/16-in. thickness. The product can be used in applications where lined pipe where a grounding device is required, when utilized before and after a magnetic flowmeter, fitting between flanges to ground-out unwanted signals to the fluid. Units are maintained in stock up to six-in., and sizes to 36-in. are available upon special request.
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