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Industrial Flow Meters

Industrial Flow Meters are used to monitor the flow rate of both liquids and gases. The type of flow meter used is determined by the application requirements. Our consultants can assist you in determining the best solutions. A small sample of common meters from our wide catalog is shown below.

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Low Flow Paddle Wheel Sensor – Type 8031
Type 8031

The compact low-flow sensor Type 8031 with paddle-wheel and Hall sensor is specially designed for use in aggressive and solid-free liquids. The particular cost attractive measuring principle is based on a local flow velocity measurement. The sensor produces a flow…

Magnetic Flow Meters
Magnetic Flow Meters

Magnetic Flow Meters Burkert A large selection of quality Magnetic Flow Meters available for shipping from our location in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Call Contact We stock a large selection of Magnetic Flow Meters available for shipping from our location in…

What is an Ultrasonic Flow Meter?

An ultrasonic flow meter measures the volumetric or mass flow rate of a fluid. It measures the velocity of the fluid moving through the conduit using ultrasonic sound waves. Consisting of two transducers positioned on opposing sides of a pipe, each emits an ultrasonic wave that flows through the pipe and reflects off the other. The flow rate can be estimated by measuring the time it takes for these waves to travel between the two transducers. Ultrasonic flow meters are widely utilized in industrial, municipal, and process water systems.

What is a Magnetic Flow Meter?

A magnetic flow meter is a type of flow meter that uses Faraday’s Law of Electromagnetic Induction to calculate the volumetric flow rate of a liquid or gas. The majority of the time, it is utilized to measure liquids having minimal electrical conductivity, like water, oils, and some compounds. For situations where precision, repeatability, and durability are crucial, magnetic flow meters are perfect. The system comprises of a transmitter that sends an output signal proportional to the flow rate and a sensor that is positioned in the pipe line. The flow can then be monitored and managed using this signal.

What is a Paddle Wheel Flow Meter?

This kind of flow meter operates by measuring the fluid’s flow rate through a pipe using paddles. The force of the flowing fluid propels the rotating paddles, which are commonly constructed of metal or plastic, into motion. They produce an electrical signal while rotating, and this electrical signal is used to calculate the flow rate. In irrigation systems, water treatment facilities, and industrial water distribution networks.

What is a Coriolis Flow Meter

One significant class of industrial flow meters is the Coriolis type flow meter. Utilized in a variety of sectors including petrochemical, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, and water/wastewater. The Coriolis effect is used to gauge the mass flow rate of different fluids. When a liquid or gas flows through a curved tube it creates subtle vibrations. A sensor measures the vibration and generates an output signal proportional to the fluid mass flow rate. The mass and volume of a fluid can be measured using this kind of very accurate flow meter.