One of our eye-catchers in the liquid flow product line portfolio is the Coriolis flow meter. Our Coriolis flow meter series was introduced in 2007 and since then a huge success for both gas and liquid flow measurements in the industry as well as lab applications. At their introduction the Coriolis instruments got the name ‘mini CORI-FLOW’. This name was chosen for two reasons: it was a small flow meter and it measured and controlled low flows, using the Coriolis principle.
With mass flow instruments, the accessory of choice often is a communication cable, these are essential in allowing you to communicate with an instrument and monitor or access the very information that you purchased the instrument to make available. However, one accessory is often over-looked and can be far more essential to the long-term performance and life-time cost of running an instrument, especially in industrial applications; in-line filters.
Dosing system with automated pump dosing Have you ever thought about how you can further optimize your process by automating the dosing process of ingredients – such as flavorings – into the production line? We often see that chocolate manufacturers, or in fact the entire confectionery industry, still use scales to dose additives into the process. Whereas you can automate this by using a dosing system with flow meters. The latter method has several advantages: Advantages of dosing system with flow controller Accurate dosing of liquid ingredients; this allows you to make efficient use of the raw materials, resulting in
Almost every day you encounter products whose production process involves liquid dosing: when you eat sweets or a piece of chocolate, when you do the laundry or put on some nice perfume. There are countless other examples… Not only is liquid dosing used in the food industry to add fragrances and flavorings, it’s also used to add dyes to detergent and other household products. Another industry where dosing plays an important role is the petrochemical industry, where it’s used to dose additives (like catalysts). When do you need flow meters to dose additives, fragrances and flavorings? When do you need
In the food industry there are many processes in which gas flows or liquid flows need to be measured or controlled. Flow meters or flow controllers are used in aeration processes for beverages or ice creams and for dosing applications such as adding ingredients – like flavorings, colorants and aromas – in confectionery products. But besides food processing applications, flow control is also used in sterilization processes of packaging. In this blog I’ll share some applications stories in more detail: Flow controllers for additive dosing There is a huge variation in candy available on the market, each brand with its