Rosemount™ Flow Meters

Flow Measurement is the process of measuring fluid in your plant or industry. You can measure flow through a variety of different Rosemount devices such as magnetic, vortex, and differential pressure flow meters.

Magnetic flow meters are often selected because they are obstructionless, cost-effective for aggressive chemicals and slurries and provide highly accurate volumetric flow measurement. A range of liner materials, electrode options and line sizes accommodate a wide variety of process applications. Additionally, magnetic flowmeters can measure fluids bi-directionally, are effective for both very low and high volume flow rates, and are immune to changes in process variables.

Vortex flow meters offer many advantages for flow measurement including easy installation without impulse lines, no moving parts to maintain or repair, less leak potential and a wide flow turndown range. Vortex flow meters also offer very low power consumption, allowing for use in remote areas. Additionally, vortex meters are unique in that they can accommodate liquids, gasses, steam and corrosive applications. Vortex flow meters are also able to withstand high process pressures and temperatures.

As one of the most common technologies for measuring flow, differential pressure (DP) flow has a long history of achieving high accuracy and durability. This measurement technology enables compensated flow, pressure, and temperature readings from a single flowmeter solution, in some cases eliminating the need for impulse lines. Rosemount flow meters can be delivered pre-configured, leak tested, and ready-to-install, reducing installation time and costs while increasing overall plant productivity.

  • Flow Meters
    • Magnetic Flow Meters
    • Vortex Flow Meters
    • DP Flow
  • Smart Wireless Systems

Micro Motion™ Coriolis Flow Meters

The basic operation of Coriolis flow meters is based on the principles of motion mechanics. As fluid moves through a vibrating tube it is forced to accelerate as it moves toward the point of peak-amplitude vibration. Conversely, decelerating fluid moves away from the point of peak amplitude as it exits the tube. The result is a twisting reaction of the flow tube during flowing conditions as it traverses each vibration cycle.

Emerson’s Micro Motion Coriolis, density and viscosity technologies deliver superior flow measurement expertise while providing customers with the confidence and insight they need to continuously improve safety and efficiency in the most critical process applications.

  • Coriolis Flow Meters
    • Mass & Volume Flow and Density Measurement
    • Truck Unloading & Loading Systems
    • Meter Verification
    • Custody Transfer
    • High Capacity Flowmeters
    • 316L Housings for Marine

Penberthy™ Sight Flow Indicators

Penberthy dual window sight flow indicators are designed for the observation of flow in a process line. They are designed with dual glass to double the protection in case of accidental breakage of the inner or outer glass, and are available in a variety of models, sizes and connection styles. These ANSI rated units are used in power piping, refrigeration, petroleum, petrochemical and general processing industries.

Product features include:

  • No power or special installation requirements
  • ANSI 150, 300 and 600 pressure class
  • Available with threaded or flanged connections
  • Four indication styles available
  • Wide variety of special materials to suit diverse application needs
  • Lined units available to satisfy most corrosive environments
  • Single inexpensive means of monitoring flow
  • Visible indication allows flow characteristics to be observed
  • Instrument taps allow insertion of addition monitoring equipment
  • FM approval available for dual window models