Coriolis flow measurement
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Turn to the SITRANS FC Coriolis flow meter family for reliable monitoring of liquids and gases in virtually all applications. Driven by powerful digital signal processing, our best-in-class flow systems provide extremely precise multiparameter measurements of direct mass flow rate, volumetric flow rate, temperature, density, and fraction flow such as Brix and Plato.
New Coriolis flow transmitter SITRANS FCT070
The SITRANS FCT070 Coriolis flow transmitter is a technology module which can easily integrate Coriolis flow meters into the Siemens TIA Portal and SIMATIC PCS 7 via the SIMATIC ET 200SP system. The module provides real-time data to the controller and may be used with all Siemens Coriolis flowmeters via digital sensor link.
SITRANS FC Coriolis flowmetersDesigned for high-accuracy mass flow measurement with a low cost of ownership, SITRANS FC Coriolis flow meters are ideal for demanding liquid and gas processes in every industry - from the smallest dose of chemicals to the massive quantities of bunker fuel pumped into a cargo ship.
How does a Coriolis flowmeter work?
The Coriolis effect is a driving force behind the exceptional performance of SITRANS FC flowmeters.
Two symmetrical metal tubes are set vibrating. This is ensured by a driver coil in the central section. The oscillation is measured precisely by two pickups - at the inlet and outlet sections. If liquids or gases now flow through the tubes, a phase shift occurs - as with a water hose. The pickups measure the spatial and temporal displacement. This determines the amount of liquid or gas flowing through the tubes.
Watch the video to see how it works!
Whatever your process challenge is - SITRANS F C has you covered
Monitoring your processes with accurate Coriolis flow measurement leads to higher transparency, improved productivity - and a better bottom line. To optimize every operation, Siemens offers a comprehensive selection of Coriolis flow sensors, transmitters and complete flow systems.