The chemical corrosion of fluids can sometimes be the deciding factor in our choice of measurement methods and the use of flow meters. For example, certain fluids can cause corrosion of the flowmeter contact parts, surface fouling or precipitation of crystals, and electrolytic chemistry on the surface of metal parts, which can degrade the performance and service life of the flowmeter. Therefore, in order to solve the chemical corrosion and scaling problems, the manufacturer has adopted many methods, such as selecting anti-corrosion materials or taking anti-corrosion measures on the structure of the flowmeter. For example, the orifice plate of the throttling device is made of ceramic material, and the flow of the metal float is Lined with corrosion-resistant engineering plastics. However, for more complex flowmeters, such as volumetric flowmeters and turbine flowmeters, it is impossible to measure corrosive fluids. We have a special anti-corrosion flow meter to relieve your worries and buy with confidence.