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Flow Meter
Technologies
Turbine flow meter are used for precise measurement of low viscosity fluids such as water, fuels, solvents, demineralised water, chemical, or any fluids which has viscosity of not more than 30 cSt.
Positive displacement (P.D) meters measure flow by displacing the fluid mechanically.
A variable area meter is a meter that measures fluid flow by allowing the cross sectional area of the device to vary in response to the flow, causing some measurable effect that indicates the rate.
A mass flow meter is a device that measures mass flow rate of a fluid traveling through a tube. The mass flow rate is the mass of the fluid traveling past a fixed point per unit time.
Vortex flowmeters, also know as vortex shedding flowmeters or oscillatory flowmeters, measure the vibrations of the downstream vortexes caused by the barrier placed in a moving stream.
Coriolis flow is guided into the U-shaped tube. When an osillating excitation force is applied to the tube causing it to vibrate, the fluid flowing through the tube
Racine vortex flow meters utilize ultrasonic technology to measure tiny vortices that form when media in the pipe move across a strut, or "bluff bar".
Thermal flowmeters use the thermal properties of the fluid to measure the flow of a fluid flowing in a pipe or duct.
Electromagnetic flow meters use Faraday’s Law of Electromagnetic Induction to determine the flow of liquid in a pipe.
BTU or British thermal unit flow meter measures both the temperature and the flow rate of the fluid flowing through it. BTU flow meters typically use precision RTD elements to measure temperature while the flow rate measurement is done by electromagnetic, turbine or ultra-sonic meters.
Ultrasonic flowmeters use sound waves to determine the velocity of a fluid flowing in a pipe.