World’s First Flow-Liquid System
Electromagnetic flow measurement has been in use around the world for 50 years and more, as witnessed by the popularity of these meters that continues unabated in virtually all sectors of industry. Electromagnetic Flowmeters can be used to measure all electrically conductive liquids (> 5 µS/cm) with or without solids, e.g. water, wastewater, sludge, slurries, pastes, acids, alkalis, juices, fruit pulp, etc. It is based on Faraday’s law of Electromagnetic Induction. The meter features flanged construction and is available with choice of liner and electrode material. All meters consist of a sensor and a converter that may be mounted either integral to the sensor or remotely with a field mount kit. Flowmeters are calibrated at our own Water Flow Calibration Facility. It uses the primary method of measuring the water flow by gravimetric principle. The facility is designed for calibration of flowmeters under controlled and stable flow conditions.