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thermal mass flow meter Applications

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    Flow meters solutions for developing economies

    Mass flow meters and mass flow controllers help developing countries explore their natural resources. Our thermal flow meters are widely used in flotation cells in mining. Our multivariable mass vortex flow meters are used in the oil and gas industry both at the wellhead and in the refinery. Thermal mass flow meters also have a place in the power generation industry where they are used to measure and control fuel-to-fuel air ratios.

    By Sierra Instruments, Inc. based in Monterey, CALIFORNIA (USA).

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    Facilities management in line air flow meter solutions

    Sierra’s offers a complete line of precision flow solutions for any gas, liquid or steam measurement to improve energy efficiency in all facilities management applications. Our mass vortex meters are used to allocate steam, our in line thermal mass flow meters track and allocate natural gas and compressed air usage, and our clamp-on and insertion ultrasonic meters provide accurate water and water-based fluid measurement.

    By Sierra Instruments, Inc. based in Monterey, CALIFORNIA (USA).

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    Flow measurement instrumentation for waste water treatment flow solutions

    With its high turndown and direct mass flow, our immersible thermal meters are the instrument of choice for measuring aeration basin air flow and monitoring digester gas. Our vortex meters are used to measure steam in the cogeneration processes, while our ultrasonic flowmeters are used for influent and effluent measurement.

    By Sierra Instruments, Inc. based in Monterey, CALIFORNIA (USA).

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    Cogeneration (digester & landfill gas) flow solutions

    As an industry leader in Clean Energy flow applications, our thermal mass flow meters are used extensively in measuring digester and landfill gas, making electricity from waste.

    By Sierra Instruments, Inc. based in Monterey, CALIFORNIA (USA).

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    Compressed air measurement & control flow solutions

    Compressed air isn`t free, so more and more companies carefully monitor its usage. Thermal flow meters are ideal for this application. Because our thermal flow meters measure mass flow directly, no temperature or pressure compensation is required. Thermal flow meters also have a very high turndown, allowing the same flow meter to measure very low leak rates as well as full operational flows.

    By Sierra Instruments, Inc. based in Monterey, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Emission monitoring for cement plants

    Kurz Thermal Insertion Mass Flow Meter systems provide proven accuracy and reliability in the most difficult of EPA Title IV applications with the ability to survive for long periods of time without maintenance.

    By Kurz Instruments, Inc. based in Monterey, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Thin-film Measurement Technology for Building Automation Industry

    The Heating Ventilation and Air-condition (HVAC) market in the Building Automation industry focuses on controlling atmospheric conditions to make them more suitable. Among the conditions controlled by these systems are temperature and humidity. aIST’s thin film platinum and nickel temperature sensors are ideal for heat meter monitoring and control applications in HVAC because of their high resolution and long term accuracy. Additionally, IST’s thin film capacitive humidity sensors are ideal for controlling the relative humidity of an environment due to their rapid response times and accuracy over time. Thermal mass flow sensors also have applications in the HVAC industry as an indicator of duct airflow

    By Innovative Sensor Technology (IST) based in Las Vegas, NEVADA (USA).

  • Wet gas monitoring for refineries

    Thermal mass flow meters provide excellent measurement capabilities in dry gas flows. They have proven durability, accuracy, and repeatability. However, thermal flow meters are sensitive to liquid droplets in a wet gas stream. For a thermal flow meter to work accurately in a condensing gas environment, the probe must be placed far enough downstream so that the entrained water has condensed onto the pipe wall. In a very wet environment, any condensing liquid (commonly referred to as mist or fog) contacting the sensor probes causes a high reading due to the liquid vaporizing on the heated portion of the sensor. As a result of this deficiency, measurements with conventional thermal meters are largely ignored when moisture levels rise because there is no confidence that the measurements are true.

    By Kurz Instruments, Inc. based in Monterey, CALIFORNIA (USA).

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