Best Value Solutions for Process Flow Measurements

Liquid flow measurement in Process industry applications can present varied and challenging requirements and Micronics has had 35 years of experience in providing cost-effective and reliable solutions for applications in various industries including Nuclear Power, Dairy, Food Processing and the Semi-conductor industry.

There are many process liquid flows, which require a non-invasive measurement: to avoid contamination of the liquid, because of the corrosive nature of the liquid or to make ongoing servicing and maintenance easier, where this presents a challenge due to the location or critical nature of the process. In full pipe applications clamp-on, ultrasonic flow measurement is often the best solution and Micronics is the longest established UK manufacturer in this technology with a wide range of portable instrument and fixed measurement, metering products backed up by previous application experience and technical support.

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Micronics has a wide range of Process application experience including oils, paint and water solutions, acid, paper industry slurry and a wide range of both clean and dirty water applications for full, partial pipe and open channel flows. This includes products using Ultrasonic Doppler, Transit Time and the latest Microwave technology.

However, we recognise that clamp-on is not the only solution and so in areas such as Waste Water monitoring and metering to challenge back to sewer allowances or comply with Effluent licence requirements we can supply a cost effective in-line solution using an advanced range of Microwave products.

So if you need to measure or monitor process liquids, water or waste water flow in your industry we believe we have the solution. Please call Micronics on +44 (0)1628 810456 or email: sales@micronicsltd.co.uk to discuss your requirements.

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