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Evaluation of Yokogawa Coriolis Mass Flowmeter - Model Rotamass RCCT38


This report describes the evaluation of a coriolis mass flowmeter, manufactured in Germany by Rota Yokogawa GmbH. The flowmeter was a standard production model. The flowmeter was evaluated to a test programme drawn up by Sira Instrument Test & Calibration and agreed with the manufacturer and Evaluation International. The flowmeter is designed to measure mass flow in 50mm (nominal) bore pipe, over the range 0 to 533 kg/min with a maximum flow capability of 833 kg/min. The accuracy and zero stability values specified by the manufacturer are summarised below (% values refer to % reading). The flowmeter comprises a sensor section with an integral, password protected, programmable electronics unit. The programmable electronics unit incorporates three infra-red switches operated by touching the glass panel covering them, and a Liquid Crystal Display allowing the user to enter various parameters and also to observe the flowmeter outputs.





3.4 - Ultrasonic flowmeters






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