Tip 3: Use a degasser
As a last resort, use a degasser to remove the gas from the liquid. This is a device with a porous hose to which a vacuum is applied on the outside, causing gas bubbles to be drawn out of the liquid inside the hose. Standard degassers go well with water-like media. For low liquid flow rates below 50 g/h and depending on the type of application, we recommend using a degasser if stability and maximum accuracy are key and if gas bubble disturbances need to be deleted. A degasser is considered an expensive option, but if you have a high-end application, you look for the best available solution. Metaphorically speaking, you don't buy 25 euro tyres for a very expensive racing car, or do you?