Volume measurement from pressure transmitter

Pressure Q&A

I have a pressure device installed for level measurement, and now the operator wants to receive data on the tank volume. Can I do that using the pressure device?

Expert’s answer: Volume measurement from pressure transmitter

Yes, volume measurement from pressure transmitter is possible. But to enable volume measurement, you need to create a linearization table with the pressure in the X column and volume in the Y column. You also need the pressure per volume data and more time for the transmitter setup.

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This information can enable the pressure transmitter to begin volume or mass measurement. So if you want a device that will do all that for you, there are many level radars on the market with that functionality built in.

Want more information? In that case, here are a few companies that offer them:

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