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    Tag: magnetic flow meter

    Flow Meter Price List

    A flow meter is an instrument used to measure the volume or mass of a gas or liquid. ATO.com offers you various flow meters including magnetic flow meter, vortex flow meter, turbine flow meter and portable ultrasonic flow meter, to suit your different applications. Then, how can you choose an appropriate flow meter? It can be considered from five aspects: flow meter performance, fluid characteristics, installation conditions, environmental conditions and economic factors.

    How to Select a Right Magnetic Flow Meter?

    Nowadays, the magnetic flow meter (electromagnetic flow meter) has been widely applied to measuring of industrial sewage or wastewater. With a high precision and a long service life, the magnetic flow meter is the top choice for the environmental measuring industry. To choose the correct magnetic flow meter can five fuller play to the magnetic flow meter for specific purposes. Generally, the selection of the magnetic flow meter is based on the following factors including chemical attributes of the fluid medium, pipeline diameter, flow range, liner material, electrode material and output signal.

    How Magnetic Flow Meter Works?

    A magnetic flow meter, mag meter, or electromagnetic flow meter is a kind of instrument which measures the volume flow rate of the conductive fluid based on the principle of Faraday's Law of Electromagnetic Induction. With a large measurable flow range, the ratio of the maximum flow rate to the minimum flow rate maintains above 20:1. The mag flow meter is suitable for wide range of industrial pipe diameter, and the maximum can reach up to 3m. The output signal and the measured flow are linear, and the magnetic flow meter has high measurement precision. It can effectively measure the flow rate of fluids with a conductivity more than 5μs/cm, such as acid solution, alkaline solution, saline solution, water, sewage, corrosive liquid, mud, ore pulp, and paper pulp. Nevertheless, the electromagnetic flow meter cannot be used to measure the flow of gases, steam and purified water.
    Electromagnetic flow meter