Honeywell introduced its flagship flowmeter for gas flow lines

The QSonicmax by Honeywell (image courtesy of Honeywell)

The QSonicmax by Honeywell (image courtesy of Honeywell)

Honeywel Process Solutions today announced the launch of its flagship device Q.Sonicmax, an ultrasonic gas flow meter that, according to the company, offers the highest available level of accuracy in custody transfer processes.
Q.Sonicmax patented design features the first eight-path ultrasonic meter to combine both reflective and direct paths, enabling it to effectively detect and correct for disturbances in the gas flow caused by short inlets, extenders, reducers, manifolds, elbows and a range of other piping elements common in natural gas plants. It also provides for extensive diagnostics to ensure accurate readings.
The meter is also available with SonicExplorer PC-based software, which allows operators, service engineers and technicians to configure, diagnose, and monitor the meter locally or remotely, cutting maintenance costs.
Completing the ultrasonic metering portfolio is the IIoT-ready MeasconTM software which provides 24/7 monitoring with real-time visibility and complete control of all gas metering stations. Users can easily and securely share real-time and historic data across the site or enterprise. With Honeywell’s Technical Support and secure Ethernet connection, customers can even choose to use Meascon to outsource the entire meter monitoring operation.