Posts Tagged ‘magmeter’

Accurately Measuring Slurry Flow Rates

Posted in Flow, Measurement Instrumentation on Thursday, March 5th, 2020. No comments yet
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In this 3-minute YouTube video, Emerson’s Magnetic Flow Meter for Slurry Applications Provides Improved Signal Quality & Diagnostics, Laura explains how this Rosemount Slurry Magnetic Flow Meter works and why this mag meter is an ideal solution in pulp and paper, mining and oil & gas fracking applications.

Environmental Reporting Digital Transformation

Posted in Energy & Emissions, Flow on Friday, February 21st, 2020. No comments yet
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Meha Jha described how environmental reporting is being digitally transformed at the 2020 4C HSE conference. Typical flow measurements for compliance reporting need to be verified every year to every few years based on the local regulations. Traditionally this verification process has required process shutdown and pulling the meter for calibration. Digital methods for verification […]

Accurately Measuring Flow in Slurry Applications

Posted in Measurement Instrumentation on Wednesday, January 15th, 2020. No comments yet
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Slurry flows are common in many process industries including metals & mining, pulp & paper, and oil & gas. Wikipedia defines a slurry as: …a mixture of solids denser than water suspended in liquid, usually water. The most common use of slurry is as a means of transporting solids, the liquid being a carrier that […]

Intuitive Magnetic Flow Meter Operation and Diagnostics

Posted in Measurement Instrumentation on Friday, January 26th, 2018. One comment so far
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Many technologies are available to measure flow. Electromagnetic flow meters, also known as magnetic flow meters or magmeters, are well suited for a variety of applications across a range of industries including pulp and paper, metals and mining, water and wastewater, food and beverage, chemical and petrochemical and oil and gas. Because the magnetic flow […]

Effective Measurement of Mining Slurries

Posted in Measurement Instrumentation, Metals, Mining, Minerals on Monday, June 16th, 2014. 2 comments so far
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Author: Douglas Morris Automation and control in mining can be difficult on a number of fronts. The first being constantly changing ore which varies in grade and hardness and causes different parts of the processing plant to become limiting to operations. A second automation problem is very application specific and is related to the measurement […]