Our state-of-the-art flow meters deliver exceptional accuracy and reliability for gas, liquid or steam.
Armstrong offers a full line of differential pressure flow elements and vortex meters, including VERIS Accelabar®—our proprietary meter that doesn't require any straight pipe lengths for installation. Other flow measurement solutions include the Armstrong ASME Flow Nozzle and Armstrong Orifice Plate.
In a class of its own, this highly accurate flow measurement device has a patented no-straight-pipe installation requirement. VERIS Accelabar® provides exceptional versatility, with turndown capabilities over a large range of flow rates.
VERIS Verabar® is the most accurate, reliable and advanced averaging pitot tube on the market today. It has a bullet shape and aerospace design principles that produce a stable flow signal with less propensity to clogging in the presence of dirt or debris.
Reliable, well-known vortex technology in a package that is easy to install and simple to operate. Armstrong inline and insertion vortex meters are capable of HART, Modbus, BacNet, or analog outputs with integral pressure and temperature compensation.
The high-performance Armstrong Electromagnetic Flowmeter (AMF-F) accurately measures the volumetric flow of conductive liquids, such as water, salt water, sewage, pulps, slurry, acid, alkali, or any mixture of liquids and solids that have a minimum conductivity of 5μS/cm.
Install at a fixed location for long-term flow measurement on a closed pipe, carrying pure liquids or liquids with some suspended particles. Advantages include no moving parts/maintenance, NIST traceable factory calibration, multi frequency system, thermal energy measurement, no shutdowns/pipework for installation, and optional communication protocols: BACnet, GPRS, RF wireless, RS485/MODBUS.
Learn to identify various differential pressure flowmeters appropriate for use on steam, compare advantages and disadvantages of each; list installation parameters for differential pressure technologies; describe basic transmitter types used in flow measurement systems and compare features and benefits of each.