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flowmeter

(ˈfləʊˌmiːtə)
n
(General Physics) an instrument that measures the rate of flow of a liquid or gas within a pipe or tube
Translations

flow·me·ter

, flow meter
n. medidor de flujo.
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now offers a HART protocol option on all of its variable area and piston style flowmeters designed to perform in challenging lubrication environments.
Coriolis flowmeters were first introduced to the commercial market by Micro Motion in 1977.
As the data collected on wastewater will be the starting point for ensuring any improvements in measurement accuracy as well as compliance with legislation, it is important to ensure that the flowmeters selected offer the best long-term accuracy, repeatability and reliability for the task.
Yokogawa will sell CiDRA's SONARtracA range of flowmeters in the Southeast Asian markets of Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, and Indonesia; the Middle Eastern markets of Bahrain, Egypt, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE; and the Republic of Korea.
Ultrasonic flowmeters use ultrasound waves to measure and monitor fluid flows.
The guide describes how the flowmeters offer advantages for applications in mining and other industries such as steam, acids, solvents, water, petrochemicals and a variety of gases.
Battery-Powered CoolPoint Vortex Shedding flowmeters measure water-add on mixer or volumetric trucks, along with water pumped into evaporation ponds.
Pollution control regulations govern the amount of waste which can be vented and flaring needs to be closely monitored and recorded by accurate flowmeters to comply with this legislation.
Although it is small and compact, it has the same performance specifications as larger Coriolis flowmeters.
UK flowmeter specialist Litre Meter has expanded its range of metering options with coriolis flowmeters from US-based manufacturer Tricor.
A new range of insertion turbine flowmeters for applications where installation and removal from the pipeline without interruption to flow is more important than extreme accuracy are available from Filton Process Control.