The electromagnetic flow meter is the only instrument you need if you're looking for a dependable and accurate way to gauge the flow rate of conductive fluids in your industrial process. Our flow meters have a capacity range of 1/2 inch to 48 inches, making them ideal for a variety of applications, including Effluent Treatment Plants, Sewage Treatment Plants, Water Supply Schemes, Steel and Aluminium Industries, Sugar Industries, and more.
Because of the adaptability and precision of our electromagnetic flow meters, your industrial processes will be effective and environmentally friendly. Our flow meters can measure the flow rate of conductive fluids, making them ideal for regulating the amount of water used in manufacturing processes and keeping an eye on wastewater discharge.
We can get useful information about how much-treated water is being released into the environment from our flow meters' high accuracy. You can use this information to confirm that your industrial procedures adhere to all applicable state and local laws. You can find product specifications, case studies, and client endorsements on our website, among other resources, to learn more about our electromagnetic flow meters. In order to guarantee that your flow meter is performing at its best, we also provide a range of services, including installation, calibration, and maintenance.
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The method of flow measurement is based on Faraday's law of electromagnetic induction. when a conductor moves within a magnetic field, voltage is induced in it which Is proportional to the velocity of the conductor
In this case, the conductor is flowing media. The equation is as below.
E = B.v.D
For a given size of flow tube & compatible amplifier, the flux density 'B' is constant, and the distance between the electrodes is constant. Hence, the induced voltage is proportional to the velocity of the flowing media. Thus, the unit can be calibrated in terms of volumetric flow rate by knowing the cross-sectional area of the Tube.
his meter is more suitable for those fluids which present difficulties in handling. Fluids such as effluents, slurries, pulps, brines & other highly corrosive liquids, acids & bases, fermented wash, molasses, etc.
The following industries can find a lot of applications for this flow measurement technique.