Liquid Ultrasonic


Aquatrans AT600

GE’s new AquaTrans™ AT600 clamp-on ultrasonic flow meter for liquids is designed to be accurate, durable and cost-effective. It’s the evolution of the proven AquaTrans AT868 and the application of 50 years of Panametrics expertise in ultrasonic flow technology.


Portable Ultrasonic Flow Meter


PT900 Portable Ultrasonic Flow Meter

Powered by smart device technology, the TransPort PT900 portable flow meter for liquids combines the best in clamp-on performance with a great user experience.



PanaFlow™ XMT1000 

Panametrics Liquid Flow Ultrasonic Transmitter

The XMT1000 is a new, cost-eff ective ultrasonic fl ow transmitter that builds on Panametrics fl ow expertise and on years of reliable performance from its XMT868i predecessor. It off ers state-of-the-art fl ow measurement capability in a rugged, locally-mounted or remotemounted transmitter certifi ed for use in hazardous areas. It brings a new level of performance with improved accuracy, confi gurable inputs and outputs, and multiple ultrasonic transducer path options.

PanaFlow Z3

Panametrics Ultrasonic Flow Meter for Liquids

The PanaFlow Z3 represents the latest generation of Panametrics ultrasonic flow meters. It is a three-path meter designed specifically for dependable, accurate and repeatable measurement of process liquids. With a sleek industrial design and ultra-reliable electronics, it provides operators a cost effective top-of-the-line choice. The capabilities of the PanaFlow Z3 make it the right meter for a number of industries and applications.



PanaFlow HT Panametrics Ultrasonic

SIL Flow Meter for Liquids

PanaFlow HT is a SIL flow meter used for flow measurement of liquids in either nominal or extremely high or low process temperatures. It is the first ultrasonic flow meter to receive SIL (Safety Integrity Level) certification.


Sentinel LCT Ultrasonic Flowmeter for Liquid Custody Transfer 

Ultrasonic flowmeters use transit time to determine the liquid or gas flow in a pipeline. Measured transit time consists not only of the time the ultrasonic signal spends in a fluid, but also of a portion of dead time, being the time that the electrical signal is converted into an acoustical signal and the time the acoustic signal travels inside the transducer allowing the utmost accuracy, Sentinel LCT uses pulse echo to actively measure the dead time, by sending a pulse and measuring its reflection, the dead time is measured in real time rather than using a preset value. As a result of this GE invention, Sentinel LCT maintains custody transfer accuracy as process temperature conditions dynamically change. There is also no need for recalibration when replacing sensors or electronics.