Coriolis Mass Flow Meters

Mass flow meters exploit the Coriolis effect, a phenomenon that occurs when a fluid flows in a rotating system.
These devices are not affected by changes in the physical parameters of the fluid, such as temperature, pressure, density and viscosity.

The structure of a mass flow meter includes a U-tube, which is periodically oscillated at the resonant frequency.
A microprocessor is responsible for keeping the meter vibrating and for detecting and processing signals from the sensors.

A significant advantage of Coriolis flow meters is their versatility, as they can be used with any type of fluid, provided that it is compressible in the case of gas.

This makes them suitable for a wide range of applications, ensuring accuracy and reliability in mass flow measurements.