|Ultrasonic flowmeters use sound waves to determine the velocity of a fluid flowing in a pipe. At no flow conditions, the frequencies of an ultrasonic wave transmitted into a pipe and its reflections from the fluid are the same. Under flowing conditions, the frequency of the reflected wave is different due to the Doppler effect. When the fluid moves faster, the frequency shift increases linearly. The transmitter processes signals from the transmitted wave and its reflections to determine the flow rate. Ultrasonic flowmeters do not obstruct flow so they can be applied to sanitary, corrosive and abrasive liquids. Some ultrasonic flowmeters use clamp-on transducers that can be mounted external to the pipe and do not have any wetted parts. Temporary flow measurements can be made using portable ultrasonic flowmeters with clamp-on transducers. Clamp-on transducers are especially useful when piping cannot be disturbed, such as in power and nuclear industry applications
Tubing: Plymouth Tube Co.
Plymouth Tube Co.
29 W. 150 Warrenville Rd.
Warrenville, IL 60555-3528
Phone: 630-393-3550, 800-323-9506 (toll free)
Manufacturer of round & specialty shaped tubing, extruded & cold drawn shapes in carbon, alloy, stainless steel & nickel alloys. Extruded & cold drawn shapes are also available in titanium. Seamless & welded tubing for hydraulic, pressure & mechanical applications including feedwater heaters, condensers, heat exchangers & boilers. Value added services such as tube U-bending, machining, coating, bending, & cut lengths also available.
|Employees: || 50-99|
|Business Types: || Manufacturer|
|Founded in: || 1924|
|Market Reach: || Latin America/Caribbean, South America, Western Europe, Africa, Middle East, Asia, Pacific Rim, Australia, China, Europe, Canada, Mexico|