Dwyer Instruments, Inc. offers many types of
flow measuring products, including electromagnetic flowmeters.
Electromagnetic flowmeters, often called magmeters, provide continuous flow indication of liquids via state-of-the-art electromagnetic technology based on Faraday’s Law.
Continue reading “Flow Measurement with Electromagnetic Flowmeters”
Technology markets shift. The shift can be incremental, radical, or sometimes disruptive.
Take, for instance, gages used in process automation markets. Gages command about $3.5 billion in global instrument sales, the major portion, over $11 billion now held by transmitters.
Source: Markets & markets
The technological shift from a visual indication gage to the first transmitter has been incremental. It has taken over 50 years for transmitters to go from concept to commanding 70% market share.
Continue reading “Market Shifts & the Need for Backward Compatible Products”
Have you ever noticed that some pressure sensors have units listed in PSIG
while others list PSIA? There are numerous applications where pressure sensors are used and some applications require a different reference to ensure the most accurate pressure measurement. Continue reading “What is Absolute Pressure and When to Consider Using an Absolute Pressure Sensor?”
Hi-Flow™ Valve Cutaway
Hi-Flow™ Control Valves vary the flow in a system by throttling the valve plug in and out of the valve seat. The corresponding flow rate through the valve is based on the valve plug and seat type, which is part of the valve trim. Dwyer Instruments, Inc. offers several flow characteristics, needle plugs, and restricted trim options for the Hi-Flow™ Control Valve series.
There are two types of inherent flow characteristic trim styles available in the Hi-Flow™ product line:
Linear and Equal percentage. Continue reading “Control Valve Trim Styles and Flow Characteristics”