Krohne Optiflux 2300
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Krohne Optiflux 2300

The OPTIFLUX 2300 is an electromagnetic flowmeter (EMF) for all demanding applications with water and wastewater. The high-end meter is particularly suitable for applications requiring high accuracy and extensive diagnostics. The EMF has the widest diameter range available in the market (DN25…3000 / 1…120″) and complies with requirements for custody transfer (MID MI-001, OIML R49). The flowmeter allows for custody transfer (CT) measurement without inlet/outlet runs (0D/0D) according to OIML R49 accuracy class 1. It has a wide range of approvals for potable water. This makes the OPTIFLUX 2300 an effective alternative to mechanical water meters, not least in CT measurement of potable water.

Product highlights

  • Bi-directional flow measurement over a wide dynamic range (turn down ratio: up to 1000:1)
  • No inlet/outlet runs needed for OIML R49 class 1 accuracy
  • Widest diameter range available in the market
  • Available with patented reference electrode: cost-saving installation without grounding rings
  • PP or hard rubber liner: excellent chemical resistance
  • Optional for burial installation and constant flooding (IP68)
  • Largest custody transfer approved diameter range
  • Tamper proof
  • Standard measurement accuracy: ±0.2% or ±1mm/s of measured value (MV)
  • Extensive sensor and process diagnostics (incl. NE 107)
  • Meets potable water standards: ACS, DVGW, NSF, TZW, KTW, WRAS, KIWA, etc.
  • On-site verification of flowmeter with OPTICHECK service tool

Typical applications


  • All advanced water and wastewater applications
  • Custody transfer measurement

Water and wastewater industry

  • Fiscal metering (custody transfer) of potable water
  • Abstraction and irrigation
  • Monitoring of distribution networks
  • Water treatment plants (raw water, drinking water, treatment chemicals)
  • Wastewater networks
  • Combined and separate sewage systems
  • Storm water overflows (SWOs)
  • Municipal wastewater treatment plants
  • Desalination plants (sea water, permeate, brine)
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