With Coriolis, Ultrasonic Flowmeters, Design Really Matters

July 2017, Vol. 244, No. 7

In many ways, Coriolis and ultrasonic flowmeters have similar applications and serve similar needs. Yet, despite their similarity, they are quite different in many ways. The Coriolis and ultrasonic markets are the two fastest growing of any flowmeter markets. So it is natural to ask if they are complementary or competing. While there are cases where the two flowmeter types go head to head, they are more complementary than competing for many applications. Coriolis flowmeters were first introduced to the commercial market by Micro Motion in 1977. Though Micro Motion is still a dominant supplier,…

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