Mass Flowmeters – MFC 400 Modular Converter

The high performance signal converter for all applications

MFC 400 with EGM
MFC 400
  • High performance signal converter for all applications
  • Stable in multi-phase applications due to Entrained Gas Management (EGM™)
  • High developed diagnostic functions acc. to NAMUR NE 107
  • SIL2/SIL3 functionality with in combination with capable sensors

The MFC 400 Coriolis mass flow signal converter will provide the highest performance possible across a wide range of applications. For the measurement of liquids or gases, cryogenic to high temperature fluids, single or multi-phase fluids and advanced digital signal processing techniques is used to give stable and accurate measurements of mass flow, density and temperature.

Conforming to the NAMUR standard NE 107 for status and error handling, the MFC 400 features enhanced meter diagnostics. This provides extensive self-checking of internal circuits and information regarding the health of the measuring sensor, but just as importantly, vital information about the process and process conditions.

MFC 400: EGM™ Entrained Gas Management allows continuous measurement with 0 to 100 % gas entrainment.


  • High performance signal converter with multiple output options
  • Advanced diagnostic functions acc. to NE 107
  • With Entrained Gas Management (EGM™) – the new standard for entrained gas immunity
  • Excellent long-term stability
  • Easy to install and program due to improved user interface
  • Optical and mechanical keys for ease of use
  • Redundant data storage in signal converter housing
  • Real time clock for logging events
  • HART® 7


  • Industries
  • Water & Wastewater
  • Chemicals
  • Power plants
  • Food & Beverage
  • Machinery
  • Oil & Gas
  • Petrochemical
  • Pulp & Paper
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Marine


  • Liquids and gases
  • Liquids with gas entrainment
  • Slurries and viscous products
  • Concentration measurement for quality control
  • Measurement of volume flow
  • Measurement of density and reference density
  • Custody transfer loading/unloading
  • Custody transfer measurements