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Device for Low Flow (<1000 g/hr) Applications

Source: Brooks Instrument
Device for Low Flow (<1000 g/hr) Applications
Quantim is a device for low flow (<1000 g/hr) applications that transcends the limitations of inferred mass measurement and control technologies.
Brooks Instrumenta device for low flow (<1000 g/hr) applications that transcends the limitations of inferred mass measurement and control technologies. It utilizes the Coriolis principle, a long-proven direct mass measurement technology that has been widely utilized in large flow processes for many years. Despite its widespread use elsewhere, the manufacturer is the first to introduce this technology to the low flow market.

With the arrival of this product, companies can improve quality and yield, reduce inventories substantially, and lower their total cost of ownership. The new device offers several distinct advantages over traditional inferred mass technologies, including better precision, immunity to process conditions, improved reliability, and wide application flexibility.

In-process precision - delivers fluid accuracy of better than 0.5 %, regardless of the fluid being measured. Also measures the direct or actual mass, rather than inferred, so no calibrations are necessary.

Process immunity - delivers mass flow measurements with great precision, no matter the conditions (temperature, viscosity, pressure or flow) of the application. Accuracy and versatility allow users to greatly reduce their spare flow controller inventories.

In-process reliability - The device's through flow path eliminates any measurement error caused by clogging, thereby reducing unnecessary downtime and maintenance. As a result, it contributes to a low cost of ownership and a higher, vastly improved yield.

Process flexibility - handles various applications that could only have been accomplished with several different controllers previously. The device also provides multi-variable output for measuring temperature, flow and density.

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