The pressure loss of Coriolis mass flow meter and recommended maximum pressure loss range
Pressure loss refers to the irreversible pressure value caused by the fluid overcoming the resistance. Since the Coriolis mass flow meter is complicated and has different diameters, the pressure loss is an important parameter that cannot be ignored in actual use. The pressure loss of the mass flow meter is related to the nature of the fluid, the flow state of the fluid, and the structural parameters of the mass flow sensor. When the density, viscosity, and flow rate of the fluid are determined, the pressure loss of the flow meter is only related to the structure, that is, the structural parameters such as the diameter the flow area, and the shape of the measuring tube.
It is recommended that the maximum pressure loss should not exceed 0.2 MPa when measuring gas with the eYc FCM06 Coriolis mass flow meter.