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Mass Flow Meters

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of mass flow meter manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top mass flow meter manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find mass flow meter companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture mass flow meters to your company's specifications. Then contact the mass flow meter companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product news articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of fuel flow meters, air flow meters, flow indicators, or customized mass flow meters of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Monterey, CA 831-373-0200

    Sierra manufacturers high performance mass flow meters and controllers for nearly any gas, liquid or steam. Customers choose Sierra when they need an accurate and repeatable flow measurement, short delivery lead times, expert flow advice and long term support. When it matters, choose Sierra. Visit www.sierrainstruments.com.

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  • West Valley City, UT 800-316-5342

    Established in 1990, HydraCheck is the market leader in developing, manufacturing, and selling engineered flow meters. Well known for their modular design, high performance and superior quality, HydraCheck boasts a full line of flow meters and transmitters as well as accessories such as displays, counters and indicators to ensure every customer receives the most suitable flow meter for any application.

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  • Sturtevant, WI 262-886-2695

    SIKA is a developer and manufacturer of flow control products and a wide variety of other measuring and monitoring systems. Our inventory includes flow sensors, flow meters, flow switches, and many more. We know that flow solutions aren't one-size-fits-all, which is why we provide consultation and flow management solutions that are individualized and customized to your requirements. When you choose SIKA, you will receive efficient, durable products and customer service tailored to your needs.

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  • Marina, CA 831-384-4300

    Fox Thermal Instruments' product line of thermal insertion and inline flow meters is ideal for precision air and fuel flow measurement in a variety of applications. Our proven flow meter technology improves efficiency. Check out our Model FT3 and Model FT2 Gas Flowmeters and Temperature Transmitters.

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  • Wilmington, NC 910-392-2490

    Since 1984, Eastern Instruments has been engaged in the development of solid particle mass and airflow measuring and control systems for clients in the food, petrochemical and agricultural industries. Many of the “legend” companies use Eastern Instruments’ in-processes, making brands that touch the lives of millions every day.

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DPC Multi-Parameter Volumetric/Mass Gas Flow Controller

    Aalborg Instruments’ DPC series precision digital mass flow controller provides accurate and stable control of mass flow rate, of process gases.    With simultaneous display of Mass Flow, Volumetric Flow, Pressure and Temperature parameters it is used in a variety of industries, including scientific and analytical applications, bioreactors and surface depositions, gas sampling, manufacturing and metrology activities. The DPC incorporates multi-gas functionality facilitating selection of up to 30 different gases locally via optional OLED/Joystick interface, remotely via the RS232/RS485 interface or optional Modbus RTU interface.    AALBORG DPC... Read More

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Mass Flow Meters

Mass flow meters are devices used to measure the flow rate of a fluid passing through a system. In general, flow meters are separated into two main categories: volumetric flow meters and mass flow meters. The two types differ in the way that they measure flow and the way they represent flow rates. Volumetric flow meters measure the volume of the liquid passing through the system, while mass flow meters measure the mass of the fluid flowing through the system.

There are two main types of mass flow meters. The first type is called a coriolis flow meter, or inertial mass flow meter, and draws its name from the fact that it utilizes the Coriolis effect to make mass flow measurements. As fluids flow through the coriolis flow meter, it passes through a set of tubes which are constantly experiencing vibratory forces, causing the Coriolis effect. This effect causes oscillations in different parts of the tubes. Using sensors attached to the tube, the amplitude, frequency, and phase shift of these oscillations can be measured, and these measurements can be used to calculate the mass flow of the fluid. Thermal mass flow meters are the second type of mass flow meters. These flow meters use heat transfer principles to determine mass flow rates. A thermal mass flow meter is comprised of a heating element and one or more temperature sensors located along the length of a tube. As the fluid passes by the heating element, it gains thermal energy, increasing the temperature of the fluid. The temperature sensor (or sensors) can then measure how much of the heat is dissipated, which can be used to calculate the flow rate. There are a variety of different methods to accomplish this task, but they all operate under the principle that faster moving flows have a greater cooling effect.

Both types of mass flow meters are commonly used across a broad range of industries. Some of these industries include chemical processing, oil and gas, food, beverage, pharmaceutical, power, water and wastewater, mining, and many others. Obviously, this type of flow meter is more popular for applications where it is more important to know the mass of the fluid as opposed to the volume of the fluid. For example, mass flow is much more important for fluids used in the production of energy. In addition, both mass flow meter varieties offer high accuracy, reliability, and low maintenance. Thermal mass flow meters are especially low maintenance since they have no moving parts, and they also offer the benefit of having very limited obstruction to the fluid flow.

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