You can test if you can use the Proline Promass 200 Coriolis flow meter for glycerine. You can use an online tool (scroll down for the link) to simulate your process conditions and verify which flow meter suits your application. I suppose you want a loop-powered device, right? Loop power is one of the main features of the Promass 200.
I took a moment to check your process conditions with one of these tools. Basically, it recommends a one-inch flow meter and gives you an error margin between 0.5 and 1 percent, with a pressure loss of 0.15 bar. Now, if you choose a smaller size, like half an inch, then you’ll get nearly o.1 percent accuracy, but you’ll increase your pressure loss to 0.6 bar. Your choice.
If you want more details about a flow meter’s performance and more solutions for your application, see the links below.
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Coriolis flow meters on the market:
Other resources that might interest you:
Promass F 200 tube size – Endress+Hauser
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Promass 200 installation
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