Understanding the Coriolis Flow Measuring Principle

By Endress+Hauser/YouTube

A Coriolis measuring system is of symmetrical design and consists of one or two measuring tubes, either straight or curved. The Coriolis principle enables the precise mass flow rate, density and temperature measurement and calculates the volumetric flow rate, flow velocity and concentration of a medium mixture. In this short clip, Endress+Hauser illustrates how the Coriolis Flow Measuring Principle works. Watch this short clip to learn more.

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