The thermal flowmeter sensor consists of two sensing elements, a speed sensor and a temperature sensor. They automatically compensate and correct for gas temperature changes. The electrically heated portion of the meter heats the speed sensor to a certain value above the operating temperature, creating a constant temperature difference between the speed sensor and the sensor that measures the temperature of the operating temperature. When the temperature difference is kept constant, the energy consumed by electric heating can also be said to be a heat dissipation value proportional to the mass flow rate of the gas flowing through.
Mass Flow Meter (abbreviated as MFM), which is a new type of instrument in gas flow metering. It is different from other gas flow meters without pressure and temperature correction. It directly measures the mass flow of gas. One sensor can Do the range from very low to high range. It is suitable for the measurement of single gas and fixed proportion multi-component gases.
Thermal gas mass flow meters are new instruments for measuring and controlling gas mass flow. It can be used for the monitoring of air, hydrocarbon gas, flammable gas and flue gas in petroleum, chemical, steel, metallurgy, electric power, light industry, medicine, environmental protection and other industrial sectors.
High reliability, good repeatability, high measurement accuracy, low pressure loss
No moving parts, wide range, wide response, no need for temperature and pressure compensation
• Measurement of gas mass flow in industrial pipelines • Measurement of flue gas flow rate from chimneys
• Calciner flue gas flow measurement • Air flow measurement during gas process
• Compressed air flow measurement • Gas flow measurement during half-body chip manufacturing
• Gas flow measurement in wastewater treatment • Gas flow measurement in heated ventilation and air conditioning systems
• Flux recovery system gas flow measurement • Combustion gas flow measurement in a combustion boiler
• Gas flow measurement of natural gas, flare gas, hydrogen, etc.
• Measurement of carbon dioxide gas flow during beer production
• Measurement of gas mass flow during production of cement, cigarettes and glass plants