Monday 17 July 2017

Inline ultrasonic flow - a study!

A just-published study from Flow Research should be of interest to those involved in the fast-moving ultrasonic flowmeter market. The study is called Module A: The World Market for Inline Ultrasonic Flowmeters, and it is hot off the press from Flow Research.

New Product Developments
The Inline Ultrasonic market is especially important because these meters are used for growing custody transfer applications for both oil and natural gas. While ultrasonic meters are holding their own against competing turbine, differential pressure and positive displacement flowmeters, these other flowmeter types still present challenges for certain applications. Inline meters offer greater security and typically greater accuracy than clamp-on and insertion meters, and they are the largest market of the three types. Many of the new developments, like twin transmitters and more accurate multipath measurement, are occurring with inline meters.

Flow Research spent a full year researching the entire ultrasonic market visiting many of the leading suppliers onsite. They attended conferences in April and June 2017 where many suppliers were exhibiting and product managers were in attendance. This gave the ability to cross-check our numbers and to make sure that the most accurate figures possible were reported. It has been over four years since the last edition of this study, and for those who want to stay competitive in the ultrasonic market, it is an absolute must-have.

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