Tek-Flux 1400A Electromagnetic flow meter, also called Magmeters, it is a contact instrument used for measuring the volumetric flowrates of any fluid which can adequately conduct electricity in closed pipelines. These instruments are highly accurate, reliable, and stable devices that are used in various high-pressure industrial processes.

Tek-Flux 1400A flow meter operates on the basis of Faraday’s Law of Induction. According to this principle, any change in the magnetic flux, linked to an electric circuit, causes an electromotive force (or voltage) to be induced in this circuit. The induced voltage is therefore directly proportional to the rate of change of magnetic flux with time.

It can measure highly corrosive mediums such as concentrated acid and concentrated alkaline using PTFE lining material. By using Titanium electrodes, we can measure seawater, various chloride, and hypo-chloride fluids.


  • Wide range of nominal diameter Size ½” to 28″ (0.04 ft to 2.33 ft) with IP65 protection.
  • Easy maintenance due to no moving parts.
  • Uninfluenced by temperature, pressure, viscosity, and density.
  • Used for wide application, can measure conductive fluid, without reference to fiber, solid or suspending material contained in liquid.
  • High turndown ratio up to 1:100.
  • It features high intelligence, with back light LCD display, menu setting control, three grades password protection, two-way measuring, slight signal removal, auto flow compensation, and other function.
  • Features high intelligence, which ensure empty pipe detection, self-detection, self-diagnostic functions, and safety alarms for upper and lower limit.
  • Features SMART excitation, which ensures zero-point stability, high reliability, and low power consumption.
  • Lining and electrode available in various materials which can measure nearly all conductive fluids.
  • It has multiple signal output, pulse or Modbus RS485 or HART® or 4 to 20 mA.
  • The power supply system has good voltage vibration ability.
  • Meters batching and blending totalization.