Tag Archives: flow measurement

Can you go with the Flow? Solids Flowmeters for Industrial Applications

By M. Morrissey Solids flowmeters are an interesting solution to indicate flow rates in pipes and chutes. “Interesting” because they are only moderately accurate, costly, require a lot of tuning after installation and are usually only as good as the whole process around them. Nevertheless, the technology exists – because there isn’t anything else that can do the job. Continue reading Can you go with the Flow? Solids Flowmeters for Industrial Applications

SWR engineering: Transportation of minerals – Blockage Detection with ProGap S

Schliengen, Germany When screening bulk materials, the screening plant may occasionally become clogged. In special cases, the material congestion may reach the upstream conveyor belt – with costly consequences. The following case study shows how this can be avoided by using suitable sensor technology from SWR engineering. Continue reading SWR engineering: Transportation of minerals – Blockage Detection with ProGap S