ambiente | February 03. - 07. 2023 | hall 4.2, stand C10E Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Flow measurement in harsh conditions The SCHMIDT® flow sensor SS 20.700 is a robust solution for highly demanding heavy-duty applications in air and other gases. With sensor elements completely encapsulated in stainless steel, it impresses with its resistance to aggressive media and dirt. Flow rates of gases – an important parameter in industrial processes Energy saving and quality assurance measures are becoming increasingly important in the production process of industrial processes. The precise measurement of volume flows and flow rates of the gases plays a major role. The requirements for the intended flow sensor are high: The sensor should deliver precise measurement results in different gases, high overpressures and wide temperature ranges - even under the most difficult environmental conditions. Another criterion when choosing the right sensor is the avoidance of maintenance and high follow-up costs. Users want easy installation and reliable readings over the years. Robust solution for heavy-duty industrial processes and compressed air technology The thermal SCHMIDT® flow sensor SS 20.700 is the robust solution for extremely challenging industrial applications. It can be used for various applications such as compressed air monitoring, gas monitoring for process burners, metering of gas consumption and much more. The double pin sensor was designed precisely to meet the needs of so-called "heavy-duty applications" and is ideally suited for demanding applications such as e.g. B. the production of bio-gas. In addition, the sensor is resistant to aggressive media. In addition to the flow velocity, the SS 20.700 also records the medium temperature up to +120 °C. It can be used in small pipes from DN 40 and can also record the volume flow in large ducts up to a sensor length of 600 mm. The sensor can be used up to an overpressure of 16 bar. The installation of the sensor is very easy: Screw in the sensor using the supplied through-bolt, align it in the gas flow and in the middle of the pipe, connect electrically - done. The sensor works without moving parts and due to the measuring principle, drift or aging are irrelevant. Due to the sensor elements being completely encapsulated in stainless steel, the maintenance of the sensor is reduced to an absolute minimum. However, should cleaning be necessary, this can be carried out very easily and in a variety of ways - in the spirit of "heavy-duty". High gas velocities and special gases The special double pin sensor head records flow velocities from 0.1 m/s up to 220 m/s. In order to obtain precise measurement results in this very wide speed range, each sensor is individually adjusted in a high-quality pressure wind tunnel. The sensor can be supplied in individual versions for use in different gases, e.g. B. for pure oxygen, nitrogen, argon, CO2 and other gases. Individually adapted to each application There are 2 standard sensor lengths to choose from for optimum installation in different pipe diameters. The SS 20.700 can also be ordered in a remote version for difficult installation conditions. The standard sensor lengths are available here, the cable length between sensor and housing can be freely defined (up to 10 m). In addition to various standard measuring ranges, the flow sensor can also be supplied with an application-specific measuring range. For media with an oxygen content of > 21% by volume, all parts that come into contact with the medium must be cleaned of grease, oil or other combustible components. Two special variants "Oxygen O2 > 21%" and "Fat-free and oxygen O2 > 21% (LABS-free)" provide the necessary security for these applications. Modular function extension In addition, the SS 20.700 has a module interface as standard for the modular expansion of the sensor's range of functions. The sensor can be parameterized via the module interface, a Bluetooth® wireless transmission to the SCHMIDT® Sensor App can be implemented or the additional 7-segment display MD 10.020 can be connected. The SCHMIDT® data logger DL 10.010 can also be operated via the module interface. The module interface also has an LED light ring, which signals communication with other additional modules by means of different colors and pulsing. The sensor parameterization enables e.g. B. a scaling of the measuring range to individual needs, the settingment of a damping and much more. Highlights of the SCHMIDT® flow sensor SS 20.700: Sensor elements completely encapsulated in stainless steel Large flow measurement range from 0.1 to 220 m/s Temperature measurement range from -20 to +120 °C For air and gases in applications with harsh conditions (medium with aggressive components, pollution, high humidity) Very robust design and overpressure resistant up to 16 bar Easy cleaning thanks to the encapsulated stainless steel surface Sensor configuration via module interface SCHMIDT® flow sensor SS 20.700: Especially designed for "heavy-duty applications": Thanks to the sensor elements completely encapsulated in stainless steel, they are ideal for demanding applications such as e.g. B. the production of bio-gas etc. Suitable and resistant to aggressive media.
Redundant laminar flow monitoring at one measuring point SCHMIDT® duplex flow sensor SS 20.415 Twin* is a high-precision 2-in-1 flow sensor solution for laminar flow monitoring. A redundant monitoring of the laminar flow with two independently working flow sensors at one measuring point, without mutual interference, is thus successfully solved. Monitoring the flow in cleanrooms and clean areas A direction-defined air flow in clean rooms protects products from contamination and disruptive particles are safely removed. For this purpose, a uniform air flow from the ceiling to the floor is maintained in clean rooms with high cleanliness classes ("directed, low-turbulence displacement flow"; monitoring range from wN = 0.36 to 0.54 m/s). The measurement is carried out on the clean room side after the terminal filters. Since the air circulation is throttled during idle times, high-precision measurement of the air speed from 0.1 m/s is necessary. Measuring and controlling the supply air flow with the SCHMIDT® duplex flow sensor SS 20.415 Twin Two redundantly working flow sensors such as the SS 20.415 LED are often installed in one application, for example to map the control and monitoring of the laminar flow independently of one another. Limits are often reached when it comes to the optimal placement of the two sensors due to cramped spatial conditions. Even if the assembly can ultimately be implemented, the mutual influence of the two sensors is a big unknown. With the SCHMIDT® duplex flow sensor SS 20.415 Twin*, both of the above problems can be easily solved. By combining two flow sensors that work completely independently, it has been possible to implement a redundant flow measurement at the same measuring position and to eliminate the mutual influence of the two probes. Both flow signals are made available separately from each other via two analog outputs. Thanks to the SCHMIDT® quick mounting system, which is suitable for clean rooms, the duplex sensor can be exchanged for an existing sensor without any additional effort. The installation effort is identical, the space required for installation is slightly higher. Highlights of the SCHMIDT® Duplex flow sensor SS 20.415 Twin*: Redundant protection of laminar flow applications Two fully-fledged flow sensors working independently of each other in one unit Easy installation at a measuring point No mutual interference of the measurement Constrained space becomes a minor matter Plug and play and quick assembly Precise measurement of small flow velocities [wN] Straight and angled design for wall or ceiling mounting SCHMIDT® duplex flow sensor SS 20.415 Twin*: Optimally suited when double protection of the laminar flow monitoring is required and when space is limited. Two redundant flow signals from one measuring point - without mutual interference. Available in straight and angled designs (depending on mounting requirements * protected by DE 20 2021 103 497.1
SCHMIDT® calibration laboratory – DAkkS-accredited according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025:2018 the SCHMIDT Technology GmbH calibration laboratory has the accreditation according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025:2018< by the Deutsche zugangsstelle GmbH (DAkkS) /strong> and thus has the competency , < strong>perform accredited calibrations for the flow rate measurement variable flow velocity of gases*. The already well-known very high level of work in our calibration laboratory has been confirmed by accreditation from the highest authority and rewards our efforts to always be one step ahead in the calibration of flow sensors for air and other gases. Our aspiration to offer our customers in a wide variety of industries outstanding flow sensors at the highest metrological level is underpinned by the DAkkS accreditation we have obtained and confirms our Know-how in flow measurement technology. At the same time, the mechanical measured variable force was also accredited and enables accredited-calibration-certificate-factory calibration certificate/">Area SCHMIDT® presses DAkkS-accredited on-site calibrations. Do you need an accredited calibration of your flow sensor? Talk to us, we will be happy to advise you and inform you about the possibilities and the processing in detail. We look forward to your inquiry. Safety and reliability in clean room, laboratory, pharmaceutical production and < a href="https://www.schmidttechnology.de/en/products/sensors/plant-industrial-processes/">industrial applications – SCHMIDT® flow sensors your first choice for many years. * The accreditation is valid for the scope of accreditation listed in the document attachment D-K-21939-01-00.
Great interest at the BAM 2022 careers and training fair in Sankt Georgen in the Black Forest The SCHMIDT Technology information stand at the job and training fair (BAM) in St. Georgen aroused great interest among students and parents who were looking for an apprenticeship. Here, all those interested had the opportunity to obtain comprehensive information about the training with us and the individual professions. Trainer Heiko Abelmann and the trainees Tuba Sidan, Pirmin Kern and Adrian Wangler also showed some products from the writing instrument technology as well as pieces from the in-house training workshop. A special highlight was the compressed air steam engine designed and built by trainees, whose air consumption is controlled by a SCHMIDT® Flow sensor measured, the data via Bluetooth™ and displayed on a tablet.
New EU-Type Examination Norm. The new Machine Tool Safety line of norms DIN EN ISO 16092 came into effect on September 19. 2021 and SCHMIDT Technology will deliver only EC-type examination approved press workstations. Press workstations equipped with two-hand safety will be furnished with a new safety guarding. It will inhibit accidental access to the work area by other persons than the operator. The guarding for all SCHMIDT® PenumaticPress, HydroPneumaticPress, ElectricPress, ServoPress and TorquePress, is available in three sizes: small, medium, and large. It limits the horizontal access to the work area to 650 mm. Customers benefit from a CE-compliant design, a standardized assembly system, and enhanced employee safety. The new SCHMIDT® Guarding is in line with the EU Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC, which stipulates that a manual workstation with two-hand safety control but without guarding is not an ‘incomplete machine’.
SCHMIDT® CamPress 11N The best of both worlds We have merged the best of the two types of hand lever press toggle press and rack and pinion press and developed the SCHMIDT® CamPress 11N from them. Thanks to this clever mechanism, the patented assembly press is characterized by particularly smooth operation and strong force at the end of the stroke. The ingenious kinematics make the manual CamPress 11N particularly ergonomic and user-friendly. Highly efficient mechanics The unique kinematics creates a high, linear force curve with a high breakaway torque at the beginning of the slide movement and a steep increase in force at the end of the stroke; and that with constant hand strength. The comparison of characteristics clearly shows the advantage of the force curve of the cam press in contrast to conventional rack and pinion presses as well as toggle presses and reflects the outstanding efficiency of the cam press. Diversity The combination of linear and exponential force curve characteristics offers undreamt-of and, above all, flexible application possibilities. The following application examples are representative: The press also offers the possibility of permanent application of force such as B. when gluing or curing through the appropriate setting of the toggle lever beyond the extended position. Ergonomics The use of the counterweights and the ErgoHandle ensures a smooth sequence of movements and joint-friendly operation of the hand lever. Both components are part of the standard scope of delivery. Optimized return stroke mechanism for manual lever presses with ergonomic handle. Options Of course, the tried and tested options can also be used here: Return stroke lock Fine tuning Mechanical counter Height adjustment with crank
This is what winners look like! Our mechanical development manager Andreas Meyer and the entire SCHMIDT Technology team are delighted with the 3. Place in the Handling Award presented by the renowned Specialist medium Industrial Production was awarded. Our Fachmedium Industrial Production vergeben wurde. Unsere SCHMIDT® CamPress 11N is the benchmark for Ergonomics and efficiency, you get the same pressing result as with a traditional toggle press, with 70% less effort by the operator.
Installed flow sensors should be verified on site from time to time, especially in clean rooms or in clean processes. This can be done with the SCHMIDT® Bluetooth® Verification Probe SS 20.450 can now be implemented in the simplest way. The SCHMIDT® flow sensor remains in place and the verification probe is easily attached to the flow sensor with the supplied metal clip. The verification probe has a self-sufficient power supply and can therefore be operated completely wirelessly for up to 8 hours. This enables a sensor check without removing it from the clean area and then having to clean it, which is time-consuming. The system operator can now use the SCHMIDT® Sensor App previously installed on the mobile Android device to verify the sensor and view the real-time measurements graphically on the smartphone or tablet and record the values (data logger function). The recorded data can be saved and further processed. Another area of application for the SCHMIDT® Bluetooth® Verification Probe SS 20.450 is the setup mode for a wide variety of systems and applications. Easy, fast and secure verification of built-in sensors - mobile on site Easy clamp-on installation Plug and Play No additional power supply required Radio module with Bluetooth® technology for transmission of the standard flow rate wN Display and real-time recording of the measured values via the free SCHMIDT® Sensor App on a mobile Android device - wireless, anytime and anywhere (depending on from the radio range, typically 10 m line of sight) .
Trainees start their careers at SCHMIDT Technology Seven young people started their training at SCHMIDT Technology on 1 September in five different apprenticeships, thus laying the foundation for their future careers. The school leavers are training to become industrial clerks, industrial mechanics, process mechanics, cutting machine operators and mechatronics engineers. Production Manager Ulrich Heck, Human Resources Manager Angelika Müller and the trainers Heiko Abelmann and Jörg Müller warmly welcomed the young newcomers and their parents to SCHMIDT Technology. They were given a detailed introduction to the company, products and in particular the SCHMIDT Technology training centre. Freshly dressed, the serious side of life then began at the new place of work for the young professionals. SCHMIDT Technology currently employs industrial and commercial trainees. In the more than 80-year history of the company, the qualified training of skilled workers has always had a high priority. Even in economically weaker years, this philosophy was adhered to in order to offer young people in the region a career perspective and to develop its own skilled workers.