Keeping in mind that accurate measurement begins with selecting the correct technology for any application, here are four steps to consider when choosing a natural gas flow meter with a flow meter comparison, and selection guide.
Natural Gas Measurement, Control, and Odorization Log
We provide insights into natural gas measurement, control, odorization, and various natural gas products.
Continuing our series on gas flow meters, in part two of velocity flow meters we discuss the advantages and disadvantages of ultrasonic flowmeters. As a refresher, three velocity type meters measure natural gas; they are turbine meters, ultrasonic meters, and vortex meters.
There are three velocity meter types that measure natural gas, they are turbine meters, ultrasonic meters, and vortex meters. This article discusses turbine flow meters, and subsequent blogs will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the other velocity meters.
While many typically categorize gas flow meter types as either mass flow or volumetric flow, there are two other categories, velocity and inferential flow meters.
Linc Energy Systems is now is an authorized distributor for the Honeywell Elster-Instromet EnCal 3000 Biogas analyzer. This gas analyzer, or gas chromatograph, is specially engineered for custody transfer of treated biogas.
Linc Energy Systems is an authorized distributor of Honeywell Elster-Instromet ultrasonic flow meters. The ultrasonic gas meter is ideal for custody transfer applications and measuring natural gas flow in gathering, transmission, and distribution.