Its precision flow element has a no-moving parts design that employs platinum RTD sensors embedded in equal mass thermowells with microprocessor electronics that can be calibrated to laboratory standards for CO2 as well as many other gases.
What does FE stand for?
FE stands for Flow Element
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It became common place for ultrasonic meters to be flow calibrated with the flow element, flow conditioner, and adjacent upstream and downstream piping joined in a single assembly before the meter was installed in the field.
This, of course, is good for the cash flow element of phase 1 of the national road safety programme, but at the current rate, it is likely that in 20 years' time, someone crossing into Bulgaria at the Danube River bridge will be met with a round white sign with a red border and the number "0" in the middle.
The joint venture of Tecnimont SpA, an Italian engineering contractor, and JGC Corp, a Japanese engineering contractor, has ordered Pall SepraSol liquid/gas coalescer systems, Ultipleat High Flow and Coreless Profile filters, porous metal high flow elements with PMF media, and activated carbon units for the approximately $5 billion processing plant.
Standard features include flow elements which are frictionless so head loss is kept to a minimum and they are designed for easy in-situ tube removal.
Many cash flow elements (such as demand) are subject to substantial uncertainties.
The Wafer-Cone Flowmeter features a modular design that allows users to easily replace the flow element to adjust to changing flow conditions in dynamic processes.