Measurement of the quantity of fluid passing through the device.
A flowmeter measures the rate that fluid or gas moves through it. Test and measurement professionals use them in a wide variety of applications where accurate flow measurements are critical. It’s important to calibrate the flowmeters that make the measurements. Regular calibrations assure you that the flowmeter’s measurements are as accurate as their specifications say they are.
Even the most rugged flowmeters can fall out of calibration. All instruments’ performance degrades over time; parts wear out or break. Flowmeters can be affected by corrosion or dirt within the media that flows through them. They may also be damaged by impact, variations in the process, or by improper installation.
Flowmeters are often calibrated under conditions that differ noticeably from the conditions in use, and new and improved methods and procedures are therefore required to better quantify and to reduce the flow rate measurement uncertainty for industrial applications.
Our flow laboratory cover pipe diameters from 5 millimeters up to 300 millimeters, flow rates between a few 1 l/h to 35 000 L/h on-site and at our laboratory.
We are able to calibrate most types of flow meters including, but not limited to: Magnetic, Mass, Gear, Vortex, PD, Coriolis & Flow Counters.