Coriolis flow meters
Do you have questions about which flow meter to choose for your application? Don’t worry, we can help! Welcome to the TOP 5, where we grab the five best options on the market and roll through the stats on each so you can decide.
For our first list, I selected the fancy Coriolis flow meter! When I say fancy, I’m talking devices with advanced functions and diagnostics. These gizmos push for improved performance and predictive maintenance.
If you have a new application, then check these out to see which can provide you better performance, accuracy, and integration!
They are not listed in any particular order.
Micro Motion 5700
The brand new flow meter from Emerson brings a lot of features. We reviewed this device earlier, if you want more details. The Micro Motion counts as a traditional choice, but you gain a lot of benefits from picking this one.
The highlights are the new design, cool display, and simpler navigation. You also have a USB port where you can download and upload the configuration. And last but not least, the Micro Motion 5700 comes with SMART meter verification, where you can get a deep analysis of the flow meter conditions.
Learn more: Emerson Automation Solution
Proline Promass 300/500
We haven’t reviewed this new Coriolis flow meter from Endress+Hauser, but we will soon. The new Promass 300/500 brings a lot of Endress+Hauser experience with its flow measurement!
The best feature is its wireless communication. This option allows you to set up the flow meter using a tablet, smartphone, or laptop. Both models have similar interfaces, which can save time on the configuration! Finally, the Heartbeat technology brings the deep data on the conditions of your flow meter.
Learn more: Endress+Hauser
RotaMASS Total Insight
The new flow meter from Yokogawa takes a step forward in flow meter technology! A lot of new features brings Yokogawa back to the game. We already reviewed the product, so check it out.
The micro-SD card is a great option to download and upload data. The new product also offers advanced diagnostics, so now you can get more details on your flow meter! An ethernet protocol could provide better integration, but you have a wide range of traditional protocols available.
Learn more: Yokogawa
This flow meter doesn’t top the Siemens line, and its competitors offer more options. But it does have a few nice features, so if you need a better way to set up and save your data, then you might choose this one.
Here, we can highlight the USB port, where you can connect any PC to set up the meter without complications. The micro-SD card that stores all user and factory settings will provide you a complete audit trail.
Sadly, the protocols fall into the minus category, with options limited to HART and analog. If you want other protocols, then you need to migrate to another transmitter. Still, it has custody transfer and a compact design. Some good function for a simple Coriolis!
Learn more: Siemens
The new meter from ABB looks like a good choice, but sticking to standard options makes it struggle to keep up with its fancier competitors.
Still, the accuracy, design, and basic function keep the FCB400 as a relevant competitor. Its plug-and-play electronics replacement and online preventive maintenance would appeal to anybody.
We can highlight as important features the DensiMass software, for direct concentration measurement, and the FillMass software, for filling application control.
Learn more: ABB
So there you go! Now, vote in our poll and tell us what you consider the best Coriolis flow meter on the market!