averaging pitot tube

averaging pitot tube

[′av·rij·iŋ ‚pē‚tō ‚tüb]
(engineering)
A flowmeter that consists of a rod extending across a pipe with several interconnected upstream holes, which simulate an array of pitot tubes across the pipe, and a downstream hole for the static pressure reference.
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The averaging pitot tube helps provide accuracy and reliability.
The Complete Flow Solution consists of an Accutube averaging pitot tube, a three-valve manifold, and a multivariable transmitter.
Fortum contacted Solartron Mobrey who visited the site and recommended averaging pitot tube technology
The averaging pitot tube is positioned across the pipe diameter to measure the impact and suction pressure of the fluid.
Several companies have brought out proprietary versions of the averaging Pitot tube. One example is Emerson Process Management's Annubar, which was formerly sold by Dieterich Standard.
As an alternative to traditional check measurement, four averaging pitot tube meters (called an Annubar Meter by its manufacturer) were installed and studied for a one-year period.
Averaging Pitot tubes are used to measure stack gas and exhaust gas emissions.
business and had formally released a range of averaging pitot tubes. The products are said to retain the Torbar name and incorporate all the versions previously marketed by Torbar Flowmeters.