Coriolis Mass Flowmeter Provides Solid GP Performance

The Heinrichs TME Series general purpose Coriolis mass flowmeter from KOBOLD Instruments is touted as a very accurate, rugged design built for general purpose mass flow measurements of liquids and gases in most chemical, petrochemical, oil and gas applications. Mass flow, density and temperature are simultaneously measured, and volumetric flow is computed from these parameters.

 

The flowmeter’s wetted materials (flanges and measuring tubes) are available in 316L stainless steel. The measuring tubes and sensors are protected by a very rugged cast iron housing. The TME has no moving parts to wear and employs a highly effective measuring tube de-coupling system that virtually eliminates errors caused by piping-induced vibrations and stresses. This enables the flowmeter to provide very accurate mass flow measurement in the most demanding applications. For even deeper insights and revelations, take a look at the TME Series datasheet and user manual.

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