Magnetic-inductive flow meters belong to the group of direct volumetric meters. These operate according to the Faraday principle. In contrast to all other magnetic-inductive flow meters available on the market, these work in an alternating field (AC) instead of a synchronised DC field. This enables higher measuring dynamics and quicker, precise measurements for dosing tasks above 0.1 s.

The areas of application for all MID magnetic-inductive flow meters includes the measurement of conductive liquids (>1µS/cm) in dosing and filling plants. These plants are used mainly in the food and beverage industry as well as in the pharmaceutical and fine chemicals industry. Among others, milk and dairy products (also with pieces of fruit), ketchup, mayonnaise, mustard, sauces, dressings, cleaning and washing agents, medical products (for example stomach gels), sterile injection products and cosmetics are measured.

These applications require measuring instruments that offer fast and high-precision measurement. This is met by the unique technology of the meter. The meters from HMA Instrumentation are also approved for aseptic applications (3-A). The series includes the nominal widths DN10-40 and meets pressure level PN10/16.The maximum temperature is 140°C and various connections are available.