mass flowmeter

mass flowmeter

[′mas ¦flō‚mēd·ər]
(engineering)
An instrument that measures the mass of fluid that flows through a pipe, duct, or open channel in a unit time.
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Tenders are invited for procurement of mass flowmeter spares
The OPTIMASS 7400 Coriolis mass flowmeter with Entrained Gas Management (EGM) allows continuous measurement with zero to 100 percent gas entrainment.
The accuracy of this system was verified against a mass flowmeter that was considered highly accurate.
Controlled via a mass flowmeter, it carries out filling in an ultra-clean manner, thanks to a special stainless steel valve.
A weight off the bottom-line, the White Paper covers coriolis, thermal and multivariable DP mass flowmeter technologies, explaining how each one works and their respective advantages and drawbacks.
For 2015, a new Micro-Motion mass flowmeter will accurately measure all liquids regardless of viscosity, conductivity, and other characteristics, removing the need to determine calibration numbers for the large variety of chemicals that sprayer operators use.
The Proline t-mass 150 thermal mass flowmeter is used for measuring gases.
His extensive experience includes years of service with LINDE/BOC Gases (in Field Service engineering) and with ELDEC, supplier of the only Mass Flowmeter in existence, at the time, for BOEING Commercial aircraft.
Sensors and coriolis mass flowmeter transmitters are used to measure the twist and generate a linear flow signal.
The development of Coriolis mass flowmeter designs went into numerous directions, and the industry saw a variety of differently shaped tubes.
Smiths' investigations worldwide found fuel at 8.7 lb/gallon, and we designed a mass flowmeter that was fitted to Concorde.
"Perfectly balanced with regard to safety, compact geometry, lightweight design and ease of operation, it is indeed a new-generation coriolis mass flowmeter serviceable in a broad range of both liquid applications," he says.