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HERMetic UTI Otex Visc Type:

 HERMetic UTImeter Otex The HERMetic UTImeter Otex is a portable liquid level
gauge designed to be operated under open conditions on petroleum and
chemical tanks where open gauging is permitted. The characteristics of the RTD
are stored inside the sensor. The sensor is sending true temperature values to the
electronic box. Therefore changing a sensor or a tape does not require a new
calibration. The unit is used for custody transfer, inventory control measurement
and free water detection on storage tanks. The HERMetic UTImeter Otex is set on
the open gauging hatch. The unit enables 3, optionally 4 measurements in one
single operation: • Ullage • Temperature • Oil-Water interface level • Innage,
Reference height (Visc version).
 Technical specifications:
 Ullage, interface indication: Audible and Visible selectable signals
 Tape length: 15 m/50 ft, 30 m/100 ft, 35 m/115 ft
 Tape graduation: Metric/English
 Tape resolution: 1 mm / 1/16”
 Tape accuracy: ± 1.5 mm/30 m (±1/16”/100 ft approx.) Meets API MPMS Chap 3.1A
and ISO 4512 requirements
 Temperature accuracy: ± 0.1°C (0°C to 70°C);
 Meets API MPMS Chap 7 request ± 0.2°F (32°F to 158°F)
 Meets ISO 4268 , IP PMM Part IV
 Ambient temperature range: -20°C to 50°C / (-4°F to 122°F)
 Temperature sensor measurement range: -40°C to 90°C / (-40°F to 194°F)
 Temperature measurement resolution: 0.01° or 0.1° selectable
 Temperature reading: °C or °F selectable
 LCD Display: 8 characters with backlight
 Power: Approved 9V batteries
 Weight with 15 meter / 50ft tape: 3.5 kg / 7.7 Lbs.
 Hazardous environments approvals
 ATEX II 1 G Ex ia IIB T4 / Tamb 50°C
 Factory Mutual CL I, DIV 1, C&D, T4 Tamb 50°C and CL I, ZN 0, AEx ia IIB T4 Tamb
50°C
 China: NEPSI ExiaIIBT4
 IECEx: Zone 0 Ex ia IIB T4 / Tamb 50°C.
2. UTI D2401-2 ENCLOSED:-

 The triple function temperature, interface, and ullage sensor is powered by a


single 9 volt battery contained within the hub assembly. Battery drain is
extremely low, (Approximately 1-1/4 Mili-amperes in either the ullage, interface
or the temperature mode), insuring very long operation, without battery
replacement. Low battery warning is provided at the upper left corner of the
temperature display LCD, when the battery voltage has dropped to a level that
would, with further operation, cause excessive errors in temperature reading.
 SPECIFICATIONS:
 Display Readable Temperature Range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . °F = -40° to 199.9°*
*Reading Limit Due to 3-1/2 Digit LCD Display on °F Range. °C = -40° to 150.0°
 Guaranteed Temperature Calibration Range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32°F to 190°F (and
0°C to 88°C)
 Accuracy Over Calibration Range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ±0.5°F (±0.2°C)
 Accuracy Linear Measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ±1/8” (±2.0MM), Plus
±0.01% of Total Tape Length, worst case
 Minimum Detectable Tank Bottom Liquid Level . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3/8” (10MM)
 Minimum Detectable Floating Product Level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1/8” (3MM)
 Batteries for Intrinsically Safe Operation Only (supplied) . . . . . . . Duracell MN1604,
Duracell MN1604
 Battery Drain (Temperature Mode) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.3 ma (In Air) 2.6
ma (In Fluid)
 Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1/2 Digit Liquid
Crystal Display 1/2” Character Height
 Operating Temperature Limit of Liquid Crystal Display, -40°F to 176°F Ambient
Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -40°C to 80°C
 Storage Temperature Limits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -67°F to 185°F -55°C
to 85°C
 Available Tape Length - Single Face Scale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 FT or 15 Meters
65FT or 20 Meters 75 FT or 25 Meter 100 FT or 30 Meters 100 FT (10ths & 100ths) 40
Meters
 Hazardous Environments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Certified Intrinsically
Safe BASEEFA/SIRA Gas Groups C&D.

TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT PROCEDURE:


1. If power is off, turn unit on by depressing “Off/On” push-button switch. Unit
comes on Ullage/Interface mode. Depress “Mode” push-button switch to select
temperature.

2. If unit was on and in Ullage/Interface mode, simply press the “Mode” push-button to
select temperature.

3. Make sure “LO BAT” does not show at left upper corner of display. If “LO BAT” appears,
replace battery even though the digital display turns on. The display may continue to operate even
though the battery voltage is below normal. Temperature reading however, may be in error.

4. Ground the assembly, release the turn handle reel lock. Lower the sensing sensor to the
deepest reading desired. Make sure to exert restraining force while lowering.

5. When the desired temperature ullage level is reached, allow the sensor to at this point for at
least two (2) minutes. Then joggle the sensing sensor up and down, approximately 6” above and
below the desired measurement level until the displayed temperature reading settles. Record this
reading. For heavy crude oil products, the joggling procedure is a necessity to insure accurate
readings. The viscous nature and low thermal conductivity properties of these petroleum products,
makes the joggling procedure a necessity to insure accurate temperature in a minimum amount of
time.

6. Raise the sensor to the next ullage level to be measured. Repeat step 6.3.5. Continue
raising sensor to all levels at which readings are desired.

7. When the measurements are complete, push “Off/On” button to turn off and
conserve battery power. Rewind the tape into the carriage reel assembly. Wipe the tape as
it is rewound by placing the spring loaded wiper in the “On” position.

8. Close the vapor valve, disconnect the valve securing cap, remove the gauging unit,
disconnect the grounding cable. Replace the vapor valve cap.

9. Lock the reel by rotation reel lock crank down, position. Follow the same final
procedure as described in step above.
3. HERMetic ENRAF UTI :-

 HERMetic UTImeter Gtex The HERMetic UTImeter Gtex is a portable gas tight liquid
level gauge designed for closed gauging of hydrocarbons and chemicals. The unit is
used for custody transfer, inventory control measurement and free water detection
on marine vessels. Connected to a HERMetic vapour control valve fixed on the tank,
the HERMetic UTImeter Gtex avoids any gas release during operation. The unit
enables 3, optionally 4 measurements in one single operation: • Ullage •
Temperature • Oil-Water interface level • Innage, Reference height (Visc version).

 Specification:-
 Accuracy of ullage-interface detection: ± 2 mm (± 0.08” approx.)
 Ullage, interface indication: Audible and Visible selectable
 Maximum tank overpressure: 0,3 bar (4,4 psi)
 Tape length: 15 m/50 ft, 30 m/100 ft, 35 m/115 ft
 Tape graduation: Metric/English
 Tape resolution: 1 mm / 1/16”
 Tape accuracy: ± 1.5 mm/30 m (±1/16”/100 ft approx.)

Meets API MPMS Chap 3.1A and ISO 4512 requirements

 Temperature accuracy: ± 0.1°C (0°C to 70°C);


 Meets API MPMS Chap 7 request ± 0.2°F (32°F to 158°F)
 Meets ISO 4268 , IP PMM Part IV
 Ambient temperature range: -20°C to 50°C / (-4°F to 122°F)
 Temperature sensor measurement range: -40°C to 90°C / (-40°F to 194°F)
 Temperature measurement resolution: 0.01° or 0.1° selectable
 Temperature reading: °C or °F selectable
 LCD Display: 8 characters with backlight
 Power: Approved 9V batteries
 Weight with 15 meter / 50ft tape: 4.4 kg / 9.7 Lbs.

Hazardous environments approvals

 ATEX II 1 G Ex ia IIB T4 / Tamb 50°C


 Factory Mutual CL I, DIV 1, C&D, T4 Tamb 50°C and CL I, ZN 0, AEx ia IIB T4 Tamb
50°C
 IECEx Zone 0, Ex ia IIB T4.
Basic rules concerning the 5-key control pad:-
Apart from the "ON" / "OFF" keys that are selfexplanatory, there are 3 other keys
that help in customising the unit:

I. pressing "+" allows to scroll down the menus, a pointer show the actual menu
you have selected,
II. pressing "-" allows to exit a menu,
III. pressing "enter" (later on named "E") allows to enter a specific menu.

 Selecting the language:-


- Switch on the equipment,

- Wait until the temperature is displayed,

- Press on "+" to enter the settings menu,

- Press on "enter", "LED menu" is displayed,

- Press on "+"; "T. unit" is displayed,

- Press on "+", "Resol." is displayed,

- Press on "+", "Language." is displayed,

- Press on "enter",

- Select the language by pressing on "+" one or more times, the display shows the
language selected,

- Press "-" two times to come back in measurement mode.


 Selecting the temperature scale:
- Switch on the equipment,

- Wait until the temperature is displayed,

- Press on "+" to enter the settings menu,

- Press on "enter", "LED menu" is displayed,

- Press on "+"; "T. unit" is displayed,

- Press on "enter",

- Select the scale by pressing on "+" one or more times, the pointer shows the scale
selected, -

Press "-" two times to come back in measurement mode.

 Selecting the temperature resolution:-


-Switch on the equipment,

- Wait until the temperature is displayed,

- Press on "+" to enter the settings menu,

- Press on "enter", "LED menu" is displayed,

- Press on "+"; "T. unit" is displayed,

- Press on "+", "Resol." is displayed,

- Press on "enter",

- Select the resolution by pressing on "+" one or more times, the pointer shows the
resolution selected,

- Press "-" two times to come back in measurement mode.


 Muting the buzzer:-
When in measurement mode it is possible to mute the buzzer.

- Press on "-",

- Press on "-" again to reset the buzzer.