RMG Messtechnik GmbH, a subsidiary of the international group of Dalian-Energas, is successfully active in the field of gas measurement technology at home and abroad.
200 employees in Germany are represented at our facilities in Butzbach (Rhine-Main area), Zorneding (Greater Munich) and Beindersheim (Rhine-Neckar region).
We develop, produce, sell and maintain high-quality and sensitive products for energy supply companies, plant manufacturers and industrial companies in the natural gas sector.
We are qualified technicians, engineers, natural scientists and business people who live their passion for gas measurement technology - in development projects, in production, in service and sales - we are nationally and internationally active. As a company, we are always interested in building, developing and promoting young talents and qualified professionals.
Highest accuracy and largest measuring ranges:
The GT400 series is the high-end result of continuous product development of ultrasonic meter technology. Already with the market launch of the first RMG ultrasonic meter in 1999, the principle of 6-path measurement was applied for custody transfer metering. In the current 4th generation, the optimum measuring instrument is available for the precise measurement of large flows at high pressures in pipelines and gas transfer stations.
A new class of instruments has been created with the TME400-VC series:
Sensors for pressure and temperature of the sample gas are integrated in the measuring unit and electronic counter. Volume and flow rate can then be calculated from these measured values, even under standard conditions. For conversion methods, you can choose between GERG88, AGA 8 Gross Methods, AGA 8 NX19 and GOST30319.
The Primus 400 volume corrector is an extremely compact and robust device that has been specially developed for the natural gas market and is suitable for commercial and industrial applications. It enables gas network operators and their customers to precisely measure the gas flow, to convert the measured volume based on the state variables pressure, temperature and compressibility and to read out all data via standard protocols.