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ABB online tutorial explains how to choose between mass and volume flow

26 August 2010

ABB has released the latest in its series of online tutorial videos explaining the difference between mass and volume flow and how to decide which technique is appropriate for your application. Confusion often arises over the difference between mass and volume flow measurement and when a particular measurement should be applied.

Though both technologies will deliver almost identical results under certain conditions, the deviations that can occur where a process is subject to pressure and temperature changes makes it crucial to make the right choice from the outset. Understanding the effects of these deviations and how to correctly select the right flow variable can lead to significant improvements in process performance and cost effectiveness.

The video tutorial, which can be accessed here, is presented by Mark Allinson, process flow specialist for ABB's UK instrumentation business, who explains the differences between mass and volume flow measurement and highlights the best technologies for specific applications.

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