Emerson Micro Motion F-Series Sensor Installation manual

Installation Manual
P/N 20002298, Rev. A
April 2005
Micro Motion®
F-Series Sensor
Installation Manual
Before You Begin
Before You Begin
This manual describes how to install a Micro Motion® F-Series sensor. The following information is provided
in this manual:
Installation steps
Determining a Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 11
Orienting the Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 14
Mounting the Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 15
Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 17
Grounding. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 21
Additional information
Purge Fittings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 22
Return Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 24
Customer service
For technical assistance, phone the Micro Motion Customer Service Department:
• In the U.S.A., phone 1-800-522-MASS (1-800-522-6277)
• In Canada and Latin America, phone (303) 527-5200
• In Asia, phone (65) 6770-8155
• In the U.K., phone 0800 - 966 180 (toll free)
• Outside the U.K., phone +31 (0) 318 495 670
Customers outside the United States can also contact Micro Motion Customer Service by email:
• International.Support@EmersonProcess.com
Troubleshooting
Refer to the transmitter manual for troubleshooting help.
Specifications
Full product specifications can be found in the F-Series Product Data Sheet, which is available from the
Micro Motion web site at www.micromotion.com.
Definitions
The term MVD™ transmitter refers to the following transmitter models:
• Models 1500, 1700, 2500, and 2700
• Models 3500 and 3700
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Before You Begin
European installations
This Micro Motion product complies with all applicable European directives when properly installed in
accordance with the instructions in this manual. Refer to the EC declaration of conformity for directives that
apply to this product.
The EC declaration of conformity, with all applicable European directives, and the complete ATEX
Installation Drawings and Instructions are available on the internet at www.micromotion.com/atex or
through your local Micro Motion support center.
Purge plugs
If you remove a purge plug from the sensor case, it will be necessary to repurge the case. Refer to Case
purging procedure on page 22 for more information about repurging the sensor case.
WARNING
Removing a purge plug compromises the secondary containment of the
sensor and could expose the user to process fluid.
The user should take all necessary precautions when removing the purge plugs,
because the sensor case may contain process fluid.
Installation options
The F-Series sensor makes up one part of a Coriolis flowmeter. The other part is a transmitter. F-Series
sensors (except Model F300A) are available with the following electronics interfaces:
• An integral core processor for connecting to a 4-wire remotely mounted transmitter or to a
user-supplied remote host (Figure 1).
• An integrally mounted Model 1700 or 2700 transmitter (Figure 2).
• A 9-wire junction box for connecting to a remotely mounted transmitter or a remotely mounted core
processor (Figure 3).
• An integrally mounted IFT9701 transmitter (not available with Model F300) (Figure 4).
Model F300A sensors include a flexible conduit. Sensor electronics are mounted at the end of the flexible
conduit. Model F300A sensors are available with:
• A core processor for connecting to a 4-wire remotely mounted transmitter or to a user-supplied remote
host (Figure 5).
• A Model 1700 or 2700 transmitter (Figure 6).
• A 9-wire junction box for connecting to a remotely mounted transmitter or a remotely mounted core
processor (Figure 7).
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Before You Begin
Figure 1 F-Series sensor with core processor
Core processor housing
Approval tag
Calibration tag
Process connection
Flow direction arrow
Sensor with purge fittings
Purge fitting
Core processor housing
Purge fitting
Approval tag
Calibration tag
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Figure 2 F-Series sensor with integrally mounted Model 1700/2700 transmitter
Model 1700 or 2700 transmitter
Core processor housing
Calibration tag
Approval tag
Flow direction arrow
Process connection
Sensor with purge fittings
Model 1700 or 2700 transmitter
Purge fitting
Purge fitting
Approval tag
Calibration tag
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Figure 3 F-Series sensor with junction box
Approval tag
Junction box
Calibration tag
Flow direction arrow
Process connection
Sensor with purge fittings
Purge fitting
Junction box
Purge fitting
Approval tag
Calibration tag
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Figure 4 F-Series sensor with integrally mounted IFT9701 transmitter
Model IFT9701 transmitter
Calibration tag
Approval tag
Flow direction arrow
Process connection
Sensor with purge fittings
Model IFT9701 transmitter
Purge fitting
Purge fitting
Approval tag
Calibration tag
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Before You Begin
Figure 5 Model F300A sensor with flexible conduit extended core processor
Core processor housing
Flexible conduit
Length: 36″ (914 mm)
Minimum bend radius 2 1/8″ (54 mm)
Purge fitting
(optional)
Approval tag
Calibration tag
Purge fitting
(optional)
Flow direction arrow
Process connection
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Figure 6 Model F300A sensor with flexible conduit extended Model 1700/2700 transmitter
Model 1700 or 2700 transmitter
Core processor housing
Flexible conduit
Length: 36″ (914 mm)
Minimum bend radius 2 1/8″ (54 mm)
Purge fitting
(optional)
Approval tag
Calibration tag
Purge fitting
(optional)
Flow direction arrow
Process connection
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Figure 7 Model F300A sensor with flexible conduit extended junction box
Junction box
Flexible conduit
Length: 36″ (914 mm)
Minimum bend radius 2 1/8″ (54 mm)
Purge fitting
(optional)
Approval tag
Calibration tag
Purge fitting
(optional)
Flow direction arrow
Process connection
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Determining a Location
Step 1 Determining a Location
Choose a location for the sensor based on the requirements described in this section. The following general
guidelines can help you select an appropriate location for the sensor.
• You should be able to stop flow through the sensor to facilitate the zeroing procedure.
• For optimal performance, the sensor should remain full of process fluid.
• The sensor must be installed in an area that is compatible with the classification specified on the
approval tag (see Figures 1–7).
Hazardous area installations
Make sure the hazardous area specified on the sensor approval tag is suitable for the environment in which the
sensor is installed. (See Figures 1–7.) For installation in an area that requires intrinsic safety, refer to the
appropriate Micro Motion approval documentation, shipped with the sensor or available from the Micro
Motion web site at www.micromotion.com.
WARNING
Failure to comply with requirements for intrinsic safety in a hazardous area
could result in an explosion.
•
•
•
Make sure the hazardous area specified on the sensor approval tag (Figures 1–7)
is suitable for the environment in which the sensor will be installed.
For installations in an area that requires intrinsic safety, use this document along
with Micro Motion approval documentation, shipped with the sensor or available on
the Micro Motion web site at www.micromotion.com.
For hazardous installations in Europe, refer to standard EN 60079-14 if national
standards do not apply.
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Determining a Location
Environmental limits
The maximum ambient temperature for the sensor depends on the electronics option:
• For F-Series sensors with a junction box or an extended core processor, the maximum ambient
temperature is 140 °F (60 °C).
• For all Model F300A sensors, the maximum ambient temperature is 140 °F (60 °C).
• For F-Series sensors with an integral core processor or Model 1700/2700 transmitter, the maximum
ambient temperature is described by the graph in Figure 8. To determine your maximum ambient
temperature, locate the range within which your maximum process temperature falls on the horizontal
axis of the graph, then find the intersecting maximum ambient temperature on the vertical axis.
Figure 8 Maximum ambient temperature for F-Series sensors with an integral core
processor or Model 1700/2700 transmitter
140 (60)
136 (58)
132 (56)
Maximum ambient temperature
°F (°C)
129 (54)
125 (52)
122 (50)
118 (48)
114 (46)
111 (44)
107 (42)
104 (40)
100 (38)
96 (36)
93 (34)
89 (32)
356 (180)
338 (170)
320 (160)
302 (150)
284 (140)
266 (130)
248 (120)
230 (110)
212 (100)
194 (90)
176 (80)
158 (70)
140 (60)
122 (50)
104 (40)
86 (30)
68 (20)
50 (10)
32 (0)
14 (–10)
–4 (–20)
–22 (–30)
–40 (–40)
–58 (–50)
86 (30)
Maximum process temperature
°F (°C)
Hazardous area approvals may impose additional limits on ambient and process temperature. For the
ATEX “T” rating, refer to the ATEX documentation shipped with the sensor or available on the Micro Motion
web site at www.micromotion.com/atex. CSA ambient temperature limits are listed in Table 1.
Table 1
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CSA ambient temperature limits
°F
°C
Sensor with core processor
–40 to +140
–40 to +60
Sensor with integral Model 1700/2700 transmitter
–40 to +140
–40 to +60
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Determining a Location
Maximum wiring distances
The maximum distance between the sensor and transmitter depends on cable type. See Table 2.
Table 2
Maximum cable lengths
Cable type
Wire size
Maximum length
Micro Motion 9-wire to an MVD
transmitter or core processor
Not applicable
60 feet (20 meters)
Micro Motion 9-wire to all other
transmitters
Not applicable
1000 feet (300 meters)
Micro Motion 4-wire
Not applicable
1000 feet (300 meters)
User-supplied 4-wire
Power wires (VDC)
22 AWG (0,35 mm2)
2
20 AWG (0,5 mm )
2
18 AWG (0,8 mm )
Signal wires (RS-485)
2
22 AWG (0,35 mm ) or larger
300 feet (90 meters)
500 feet (150 meters)
1000 feet (300 meters)
1000 feet (300 meters)
Pipe run
Micro Motion sensors do not require a straight run of pipe upstream or downstream.
Valves
After the sensor and transmitter have been installed, you must perform the zeroing procedure. During the
zeroing procedure, flow through the sensor must be halted and the sensor tubes must be completely full of
process fluid. A shutoff valve, downstream from the sensor, is recommended to halt flow during the zeroing
procedure. For more information about zeroing, refer to the instruction manual shipped with the transmitter.
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Orienting the Sensor
Step 2 Orienting the Sensor
The sensor will function properly in any orientation if the sensor tubes remain filled with process fluid.
Micro Motion recommends orienting F-Series sensors as shown in Figure 9.
Figure 9 Recommended sensor orientations
Gases
Tubes up
Horizontal pipeline
Liquids
Tubes down
Horizontal pipeline
Slurries and
self-draining applications
Flag mount
Vertical pipeline
Flow
Flow direction arrow
The sensor has a flow direction arrow (see Figures 1–7) to help you configure the transmitter for flow
direction. If possible, install the sensor so that the flow direction arrow matches actual process flow.
Vertical pipeline
If the sensor is installed in a vertical pipeline, liquids and slurries should flow upward through the sensor.
Gases may flow upward or downward.
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Mounting the Sensor
Step 3 Mounting the Sensor
Use your common practices to minimize torque and bending load on process connections. Figure 10 illustrates
how to mount the sensor. To reduce the risk of condensation or excessive moisture, the conduit opening
should not point upward (if possible). The conduit opening of the junction box or core processor can be
rotated freely to facilitate wiring.
Figure 10
Mounting an F-Series sensor
Mounting Model F300A electronics
The electronics of a Model F300A sensor are mounted at the end of a flexible conduit. In addition to
mounting the sensor housing in the pipeline as shown in Figure 10, the Model F300A electronics need to be
mounted to a wall or instrument pole (see Figure 11). A mounting bracket is shipped with the sensor for use in
securing the electronics to a wall or instrument pole.
To mount the electronics:
1. Use four 5/16″ (8 mm) bolts or two 5/16″ (8 mm) U-bolts to mount the bracket to a wall or
instrument pole.
2. Slide the core processor, junction box, or Model 1700/2700 transmitter into the bracket groove.
3. Secure the electronics to the bracket with the four #10 screws provided.
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Mounting the Sensor
Figure 11
Mounting the Model F300A electronics
Mounting
bracket
(wall mount)
Use 4 × 5/16″ (8 mm)
bolts to secure the
bracket to a wall
Mounting
bracket
(instrument pole)
Use 2 × 5/16″ (8 mm)
U-bolts to secure the
bracket to an
instrument pole
Slide the electronics into the
bracket groove.
Secure the electronics to the
bracket with the 4 #10 screws.
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Wiring
Step 4 Wiring
Hazardous area installations
If you are installing the sensor in a hazardous location, verify that the hazardous classification information
printed on the sensor tag matches the environment in which the sensor will be installed.
WARNING
Failure to comply with the requirements for intrinsic safety in a hazardous area
could result in an explosion.
•
•
•
Make sure the hazardous area specified on the sensor approval tag (Figures 1–7)
is suitable for the environment in which the sensor will be installed.
For installations in an area that requires intrinsic safety, use this document along
with Micro Motion approval documentation, shipped with the sensor or available on
the Micro Motion web site at www.micromotion.com.
For hazardous installations in Europe, refer to standard EN 60079-14 if national
standards do not apply.
CAUTION
Failure to seal the sensor and transmitter housings could cause electronics to
be exposed to moisture, which could result in measurement error or flowmeter
failure.
•
•
•
•
•
Close and fully tighten all covers.
Ensure the integrity of gaskets and O-rings.
Grease all O-rings before sealing.
Install drip legs in cable or conduit.
Seal all conduit openings.
Installation options
The sensor has one of the following electronics configurations:
• A Model 1700/2700 or IFT9701 transmitter. No wiring is required between the sensor and the
transmitter. Skip to Grounding on page 21.
• A core processor to a 4-wire remote transmitter (requires 4-wire cable); see Core processor to a 4-wire
remote transmitter on page 18.
• A core processor to a remote host (requires 4-wire cable); refer to the Micro Motion MVD™ Direct
Connect™ Flowmeter Installation Manual.
• A junction box to a 9-wire remote transmitter (requires 9-wire cable); see Junction box to a 9-wire
remote transmitter or remote core processor on page 21.
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Wiring
Core processor to a 4-wire remote transmitter
Follow the steps below to connect the 4-wire cable between the core processor and the transmitter.
1. Use one of the following methods to shield the wiring from the core processor to the transmitter:
• If you are installing unshielded wiring in continuous metallic conduit that provides 360°
termination shielding for the enclosed wiring, go to page 20 (step 6 of the wiring procedure).
• If you are installing a user-supplied cable gland with shielded cable or armored cable, terminate
the shields in the cable gland. Terminate both the armored braid and the shield drain wires in the
cable gland. Never connect the drain wires to the internal ground screw of the core processor. Go
to page 20 (step 6 of the wiring procedure).
• If you are installing a Micro Motion-supplied cable gland at the core processor housing:
- Prepare the cable and apply shielded heat shrink as described below. The shielded heat shrink
provides a shield termination suitable for use in the gland when using cable whose shield
consists of foil and not a braid. Proceed to step 2 of the wiring procedure, below.
- With armored cable, where the shield consists of braid, prepare the cable as described below,
but do not apply heat shrink. Proceed to step 2 of the wiring procedure, below.
2. Remove the cover from the core processor housing.
3. Slide the gland nut and the clamping insert over the cable.
Figure 12
Micro Motion cable gland and heat shrink
4 1/2 in
(114 mm)
3/4 in
(19 mm)
Gland nut
Gland clamping
insert
7/8 in
(22 mm)
7/8 in
(22 mm)
Gland body
Shielded heat shrink
4. For connection at the core processor housing, prepare shielded cable as follows (for armored cable,
omit steps d, e, f, and g):
a. Strip 4 1/2 inches (114 mm) of cable jacket.
b. Remove the clear wrap that is inside the cable jacket, and remove the filler material between the
wires.
c. Remove the foil shield that is around the insulated wires, leaving 3/4 inch (19 mm) of foil or braid
and drain wires exposed, and separate the wires.
d. Wrap the shield drain wire(s) around the exposed foil twice. Cut off the excess wire.
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Figure 13
Wrapping the shield drain wires
e. Place the shielded heat shrink over the exposed shield drain wire(s). The tubing should completely
cover the drain wires.
f. Without burning the cable, apply heat (250 °F or 120 °C) to shrink the tubing.
Figure 14
Applying the heat shrink
g. Position gland clamping insert so the interior end is flush with the heat shrink.
h. Fold the cloth shield or braid and drain wires over the clamping insert and approximately 1/8 inch
(3 mm) past the O-ring.
Figure 15
Folding the cloth shield
i. Install the gland body into the core processor housing conduit opening.
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Wiring
Figure 16
Gland body and core processor housing
5. Insert the wires through the gland body and assemble the gland by tightening the gland nut. If desired,
leave sufficient wire length inside the core processor housing to allow the housing to rotate without
damaging the wires.
6. Identify the wires in the 4-wire cable. The 4-wire cable supplied by Micro Motion consists of one pair
of 18 AWG (0,80 mm2) wires (red and black), which should be used for the VDC connection, and one
pair of 22 AWG (0,35 mm2) wire (green and white), which should be used for the RS-485 connection.
Connect the four wires to the numbered slots on the core processor (Figure 17).
Figure 17
Connecting the wires at the core processor
Terminal 1
Power supply + (Red wire)
Terminal 4
RS-485B (Green wire)
Terminal 3
RS-485A (White wire)
Terminal 2
Power supply – (Black wire)
Core processor housing internal ground screw
• For connections to earth ground (if core processor cannot be grounded via sensor piping
and local codes require ground connections to be made internally)
• Do not connect shield drain wires to this terminal
7. Reinstall and tighten the core processor housing cover.
8. Additional wiring instructions for the transmitter can be found in the transmitter manual.
Note: Never ground the 4-wire cable shield and shield drain wire(s) at the transmitter.
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Grounding
Junction box to a 9-wire remote transmitter or remote core processor
Follow the steps below to connect the 9-wire cable between the sensor and the transmitter or core processor.
1. Prepare and install the cable according to the instructions in Micro Motion’s 9-Wire Flowmeter Cable
Preparation and Installation Guide.
2. Insert the stripped ends of the individual wires into the terminal blocks. No bare wires should remain
exposed.
3. Match the wires color for color. For wiring at the transmitter or remote core processor, refer to the
transmitter documentation.
4. Tighten the screws to hold the wires in place.
5. Ensure integrity of gaskets, then tightly close and seal the junction box cover and all housing covers on
the transmitter or core processor.
Step 5 Grounding
The sensor can be grounded via the piping if the joints in the pipeline are ground-bonded. If the sensor is not
grounded via the piping, connect a ground wire to the internal or external grounding screw, which is located
on the core processor housing or junction box.
CAUTION
Improper grounding could cause measurement error.
To reduce the risk of measurement error:
•
•
•
Ground the flowmeter to earth, or follow ground network requirements for the
facility.
For installation in an area that requires intrinsic safety, refer to the appropriate
Micro Motion approval documentation, shipped with the sensor or available from
the Micro Motion web site.
For hazardous area installations in Europe, refer to standard EN 60079-14 if
national standards do not apply.
If national standards are not in effect, follow these guidelines to ground the sensor:
• Use copper wire, 14 AWG (2,0 mm²) or larger wire size for grounding.
• Keep all ground leads as short as possible, less than 1 ohm impedance.
• Connect ground leads directly to earth, or follow plant standards.
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Purge Fittings
Purge Fittings
If the sensor has purge fittings, they should remain sealed at all times. After a purge plug has been removed,
the sensor case should be purged with argon or nitrogen and resealed.
Purging the case protects internal components. The sensor is purged of all oxygen and sealed at the factory. If
the purge plugs are never removed, it is not necessary to purge or re-seal the sensor. For more information,
contact Micro Motion Customer Service.
Removing a purge plug
If a purge plug is removed from the sensor case, it will be necessary to repurge the case.
WARNING
Removing a purge plug compromises the secondary containment of the sensor
and could expose the user to process fluid.
The user should take all necessary precautions when removing the purge plugs,
because the sensor case may contain process fluid.
WARNING
Improper pressurization of a sensor case could result in serious personal
injury.
Removing a purge plug will require the sensor case to be repurged with a dry inert
gas. Follow all instructions provided in the case purging procedure, below.
Case purging procedure
Read all instructions before performing the case purging procedure. It is not necessary to perform this
procedure unless a purge plug has been removed.
1. Shut down the process, or set control devices for manual operation.
CAUTION
Performing the purge procedure while the flowmeter is operating could affect
measurement accuracy, resulting in inaccurate flow signals.
Before performing the case purging procedure, shut down the process, or set control
devices for manual operation.
2. Remove both purge plugs from the sensor case. If purge lines are being used, open the valve in the
purge lines.
3. Prepare the purge plugs for reinstallation by wrapping them with 3–5 turns of Teflon® tape.
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Purge Fittings
4. Connect the supply of nitrogen or argon gas to the inlet purge connection or open inlet purge line.
Leave the outlet connection open.
• Exercise caution to avoid introducing dirt, moisture, rust, or other contaminants into the sensor
case.
• If the purge gas is heavier than air (for example, argon), locate the inlet lower than the outlet, so the
purge gas will displace air from bottom to top.
• If the purge gas is lighter than air (such as nitrogen), locate the inlet higher than the outlet, so the
purge gas will displace air from top to bottom.
5. Make sure there is a tight seal between the inlet connection and sensor case, so air cannot be drawn by
suction into the case or purge line during the purging process.
6. The purge time is the amount of time required for full exchange of atmosphere to inert gas. For each
sensor size, the purge time is different. Refer to Table 3. If purge lines are being used, increase the
purge time to fill the additional volume of the purge line.
7. Avoid pressurizing the sensor case. At the appropriate time, shut off the gas supply, then immediately
seal the purge outlet and inlet connections with the purge plugs. If pressure inside the case elevates
above atmospheric pressure during operation, the flowmeter density calibration will be inaccurate.
Table 3
Time required to purge F-Series sensor cases
Sensor model
Purge rate
ft3/hr (l/hr)
Time(1)
minutes
F025
20 (566)
4 1/2
F050
20 (566)
4 1/2
F100
20 (566)
6
F200
20 (566)
15
F300
20 (566)
25
(1) If purge lines are being used, increase purge time to fill the additional volume.
8. Make sure the purge fitting seals are tight so air cannot be drawn by suction into the sensor case.
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Return Policy
Return Policy
Micro Motion procedures must be followed when returning equipment. These procedures ensure legal
compliance with government transportation agencies and help provide a safe working environment for Micro
Motion employees. Failure to follow Micro Motion procedures will result in your equipment being refused
delivery.
Information on return procedures and forms is available on our web support system at
www.micromotion.com, or by phoning the Micro Motion Customer Service department.
New and unused equipment
Only equipment that has not been removed from the original shipping package will be considered new and
unused. New and unused equipment requires a completed Return Materials Authorization form.
Used equipment
All equipment that is not classified as new and unused is considered used. This equipment must be completely
decontaminated and cleaned before being returned.
Used equipment must be accompanied by a completed Return Materials Authorization form and a
Decontamination Statement for all process fluids that have been in contact with the equipment. If a
Decontamination Statement cannot be completed (e.g., for food-grade process fluids), you must include a
statement certifying decontamination and documenting all foreign substances that have come in contact with
the equipment.
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