FLowdown 8 ‘Flow Measurement’ E-bulletin

Earlier in the year, Titan Enterprises published the Spring 2016 edition of its quarterly fLowdown ebulletin which contains a wealth of hints and tips, technological developments, interesting applications advances and breaking news from the field of flow measurement.

The e-bulletin is available for download from www.flowmeters.co.uk/mailer-files8/flowdown8a.html

The popular Technical Tip column looks at the challenges of metering fixed volumes of liquid into a process and offers a 7-point plan to eliminate errors and improve reproducibility.

In each issue of fLowdown, the editors review a particular flow metering technique, its benefits, shortfalls and the applications to which it is best suited. The Spring 2016 issue looks at Coriolis flow meters and provides an informative introduction to this accurate flow metering technology.

Bulletin board previews and gives access to a soon-to-be published article that examines increasing industrial demand for liquid flow measurement systems operating at low flow rates and discusses the technological advances in novel ultrasonic flowmeters that are enabling better measurements to be made.

Also in the Spring 2016 issue is a feature on low cost flowmeter technology development for beverage dispensing, a case study on semi-automated additive application and details of several new product introductions from Titan Enterprises.

To download a copy of the newsletter please visit the above link or contact us here

With over 40 years’ experience in flowmeter innovation and manufacture, Titan Enterprises philosophy of “pushing the envelope by trying to do things a little different and better” has resulted in sales of over 250,000 products into 40 countries worldwide and a repeat purchase rate of 95%. Today Titan supplies innovative flow measurement solutions to a broad range of market sectors, including medical, chemical, petrochemical, food and drink, laboratory and pharmaceutical. All flow meters produced by Titan are designed and manufactured to ISO9001 and calibrated to an uncertainty of ±0.25%.