Thermal Mass Flow Meter | How do they operate?

What is a thermal mass flow meter? As gas flows by the heated sensor (flow sensor), molecules of the flowing gas transport heat away from this sensor, the sensor cools and energy i…

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Chlorine Gas

Chlorine gas is used in water treatment and thermal mass flow meters are ideal to measure real-time flow rates of chlorine which is required for optimum water purification. Chlorin…

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Sage Thermal Mass Flow Meter Calibration

Meter Calibration Required The Sage Thermal Mass Flow Meter calibration is the foundation for the award-winning meter to achieve accurate gas mass flow measurement. A critical port…

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Propane

In the event of a natural gas disruption, propane makes a reasonable backup for natural gas, and thermal mass flow meters are used to improve combustion control and efficiency to t…

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Ozone – Water Purification

Ozone systems are frequently offered as an alternative to chlorination in water treatment plants. This method is environmentally friendly and dependable. Generally, a mix of 10% oz…

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Air Separation Gases

Air separation plants separate atmospheric air into its primary constituents, which are approximately 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen, 0.9% Argon and a handful of rare inert gases (xenon,…

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Natural Gas Flow Measurement by Sage

Natural gas measurement is an area that Sage Thermal Mass Flow Meters excel in. There are various applications where natural gas flow rate needs to be determined, and among these a…

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Methane

Methane is a powerful greenhouse gas that remains in the atmosphere for over 10 years and accounts for approximately 1/3 of all methane emissions in landfills (landfills are the la…

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Landfill Gas

Landfill gas is generated from the breakdown of municipal solid waste. There are hundreds of municipal landfills, all of which produce a mixture of methane and carbon dioxide with…

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Hydrogen

Monitoring hydrogen (and nitrogen) in solar cell manufacturing is an important part of the quality control in polysilicon manufacturing. In-Line Thermal Mass Flow Meters do not req…

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Helium Gas

Helium (and also, argon and hydrogen), can be used in heat treating. where its measurement is required. Thermal Mass Flow Meters have the fast response and turndown to help control…

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Greenhouse Gases

The US EPA mandate per 40 CFR Part 98 requires reporting of greenhouse gas emissions (in tons of mass flow), effective January 1, 2010. Over 10,000 facilities have operations that…

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Flue Gas

Flue gas measurement is often required for environmental reporting, and thermal mass flow meters offer a reliable means to measure and monitor flue gases which contain greenhouse g…

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Flare Gas

Oil Refineries, well drilling operations (such as off shore oil rigs), waste water treatment plants chemical processing plants, natural gas plants, and landfills are but a sampling…

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Digester Gas – Waste Water Treatment

Digester gas (typically 65% methane and 35% carbon dioxide) is produced when organic matter, such as raw sewage, decomposes in the absence of oxygen. Modern WWT processes incorpora…

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Digester Gas – Farming Operations

Digester gas from farming and other agricultural operations is generated from the breakdown of livestock waste when the gas is captured within a large plastic cover, known as a dig…

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Combustion Air Flow

One of the most important ways to reduce energy consumption in a manufacturing environment is to optimize the combustion control on industrial boilers, steam generators, furnaces,…

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Biogas

Biogas is produced when organic matter such as household food waste, plant matter, or industrial waste decomposes in the absence of oxygen. This may take place in an anaerobic dige…

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Ammonia Measurement

Ammonia is commonly used as a fertilizer, an industrial coolant and reduces NOx emissions from combustion sources. In each case, thermal mass flow meters can be used for ammonia me…

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