K Series Mass Flow Meter
Coriolis effect is a description of the deviation of a linear motion particle in a rotating system due to inertia relative to the linear motion of the rotating system.
The mass flow meter is a typical application of Coriolis Effect. It allows the measured fluid to pass through a measuring tube in vibration. The flow of fluid in the tube is equivalent to linear motion. The vibration of the measuring tube will produce an angular velocity. Because the vibration is driven by an applied electromagnetic field, it has a fixed frequency, so the Coriolis effect received by the fluid in the tube is only related to its mass and speed of motion, and the product of mass and speed of motion, that is, the flow velocity is the mass flow rate that needs to be measured, so by measuring the Coriolis effect of the fluid in the tube its mass flow can be obtained.
Through the optimization of the structural parameters of the mass flow meter sensor and the application of digital technology to the transmitter, the mass measurement error of the K Series Mass Flow Meters r is less than ± 0.1%, and the repeatability is higher than ± 0.025%.
K100 K200 is a very commonly used model, divided into one-piece and split-type, we can customize according to customer requirements.