Coriolis flow meters are the most accurate type of flow meter available today. It's also an instrument that measures multiple variables - such as mass flow, density, and temperature, so one Coriolis meter can replace multiple measurement instruments. Attendees of this presentation will hear from one of the foremost experts in the field of Coriolis flow measurement. They will learn how design, manufacturing, and material advancements make these meters suitable for more applications than ever before. In addition, participants will discover why Coriolis flow meters bring a good return on investment. The initial cost may be higher than competing technologies, but those costs are made up quickly due to no-maintenance meter design.
- Learn how Coriolis flow meters work and discover recent design, manufacturing, and material advancements
- Understand why one Coriolis flow meter can replace multiple measurement instruments
- Discover why Coriolis flow meters withstand system "noise" and pipeline vibration
- Understand performance advantages over mechanical flow meters such as positive displacement and turbine designs
- Learn how Coriolis flow meters can lower overall cost of ownership
One of the "Founding Fathers" of Coriolis mass flow meter technology, Don Cage is principal mechanical engineer at TRICOR Coriolis Technology. He developed the first "parallel path" Coriolis meter in 1982, and has been involved in all major advances of Coriolis technology since, with more than 30 U.S. patents to his credit. Cage graduated from the University of Missouri with a degree in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.
Mark Iverson is global program director at TRICOR Coriolis Technology. He has nine years of experience in the field of flow instrumentation. Iverson earned a B.S. degree in biomedical engineering from Marquette University.