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What would whipped cream be without air?
May 1, 2018 Hans-Georg Frenzel, Technical Director at Hansa Industriemixer

What would whipped cream be without air?

In manufacturing cake layers it’s essential all layers have the same weight and consistency, therefore foam technology has been used. In this process mass flow controllers are used to control the air in the dough. Let's find out how such a fancy cake is made.

How to deal with vibrations using Coriolis mass flow meters
April 24, 2018 Ferdinand Luimes

How to deal with vibrations using Coriolis mass flow meters

The Coriolis measuring principle is somewhat sensitive to unwanted vibrations with a frequency close to the resonance frequency of the sensor tube or a higher harmonic of this frequency. What can you do?

How to measure low flow rates of liquids using ultrasonic waves?
April 17, 2018 Erwin Eekelder

How to measure low flow rates of liquids using ultrasonic waves?

More and more companies in varying industries are trying to make the transition to low flow solutions. Bronkhorst developed a flow meter using ultrasonic wave technology for low flow rates <1500 ml/min.

Fast and accurate calibration of infusion pumps
April 10, 2018 Marcel Katerberg

Fast and accurate calibration of infusion pumps

Coriolis sensor techniques can surpass the accuracy and response time of the incumbent measurement principles used in calibration systems.

Mass Flow Instruments, Top 10 tips for installation
April 3, 2018 Graham Todd

Mass Flow Instruments, Top 10 tips for installation

When you install a mass flow meter or controller it is important that you get the best performance from the moment you install and turn it on. Check out our top 10 tips for installation of thermal mass flow meters and controllers.


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