Expert’s answer: Beer flow measurement

Nope, no need to apply a Coriolis in a beer application for beer flow measurement. You can solve the flow measurement using a magmeter or a Vortex. Though, the price for a magmeter will be better compared to other technologies.

Beer flow measurement
Flow meter – Courtesy of Endress+Hauser

You can use the online tools from the manufacturer to scale out each flow meter and to decide which size fits best with your application. So, I scaled out a flow meter using the applicator tools, and the magmeter will offer you an accuracy around 0.5% in whole flow range.

If you want to scale out a different technology, then you can find the online software here:

Need more information? If so, these companies have magmeters on the market:

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