When specifying how you would like your flow computer configured, there are a lot of important things to consider in terms of how it will be used and the required inputs and outputs needed. To assist you with this process, here are our top questions to help get you on your way to specifying your […]
Underground salt caverns containing stores of hydrogen could provide a solution to the problem of back-up electricity generation in the years ahead.
Now with more pressure to take care of the environment and high bunker fuel costs, the shipping industry has to carefully monitor operating expenditure and fuel consumption. There have been longstanding methods to measure fuel consumption, such as tank measurements and noon reporting. But with high accuracy becoming increasingly important for ship owners and operators, the use of fuel flow meters for shipping operations is growing in popularity.
Great news for the oil and gas industry – TRICOR Coriolis Technology has released their new 3 inch Coriolis flow meter. Whilst primarly suited to oil and gas applications, such as measuring the midstream transportation of oil and gas, allocation metering in crude oil and natural gas production, and metering of refined products in downstream production, many other industries will find it useful for their applications too.
A significant way to reduce energy consumption in a manufacturing environment is to optimise the combustion efficiency and energy management on industrial boilers, steam generators, ovens, furnaces, process heaters and smelters by using a thermal mass flow meter.
If flow meters are the legs of flow measurement, flow computers are the brain. As the complexity and scale of energy systems increase flow computers provide an automated, accurate and efficient solution to enhance flow measurement, control and data management.
In an industry where sterilisation is crucial and flow meters need to be contactless and sanitary, clamp-on ultrasonic flow meters are ideal for the pharmaceutical industry.
Clamp-on ultrasonic flow meters were invented as a portable tool to allow marine engineers to measure the flow rates of various liquids on ships, and for the ship building and maintenance industry to do the same for commercial and military vessels, including submarines.
Turbine flow meters are used to measure the velocity of liquids, gases and vapours in pipes, eg. hydrocarbons, water, chemicals, cryogenic liquids, air and industrial gases. In order to achieve a higher accuracy in measuring temperature, pressure, and fluid properties, turbine flow meters incorporate flow computer functionality.
Steam flow measurement can improve energy efficiency; therefore it has increased in interest. Before you start to measure steam flow rate it is beneficial to know the different options of flow metres to improve accuracy depending on its use.