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Nivector FTI26

For all types of powdered and fine-grained solids especially in the food industry

  • Nivector FTI26 ©Endress+Hauser
  • Nivector FTI26 ©Endress+Hauser
  • Nivector FTI26 ©Endress+Hauser
  • Nivector FTI26 with protector ©Endress+Hauser
  • Nivector FTI26 ©Endress+Hauser
  • Nivector FTI26 with protector ©Endress+Hauser
  • Nivector FTI26 ex-version ©Endress+Hauser
  • Nivector FTI26 ©Endress+Hauser

The Nivector FTI26 is a cost-efficient point level switch for solids in the food industry and powder applications in all industries. The capacitance device convinces with the best build-up performance in class and a high sensitivity. All industry compliant certificates are available. In addition, the FTI26 is industry 4.0 ready with IO-Link communication.

Benefits

  • Easy installation even in tight conditions or where access is restricted thanks to the compact design

  • Fulfillment of all relevant hygienic requirements (3A, EHEDG, FDA, EG1935/2004); cleanable (IP69)

  • O-Link reduces costs and complexity with an easy configuration of the devices via engineering tools

  • Best build-up performance in class and high sensitivity

  • No individual adjustment to each medium necessary

  • LED signalization for on-site function check

Field of application

For MIN or MAX detection in silos with powdered and fine-grained solids, like plastic granules, grain, sugar, spices, coffee powder, laundry detergent

  • Process connections: G1" thread, Tri-Clamp 2" via adapter

  • Temperature: -20 to +80°C (-4 to +176°F)

  • Pressure: -1 to +6bar (-14.5 to +86psi)

  • International explosion protection certificates (Dust Ex), hygienic certificates

Features and specifications

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Contact

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Tel.: +41 61 715 7700
Fax: +41 61 715 2888
Send email www.endress.com

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