Liquid Flow Measurement and Control

For micro to low liquid flow rates

Bronkhorst specialises in liquid flow measurement and control instruments, including flow meters, flow controllers and dosing solutions.

  • Thermal mass flow instruments from 5 mg/h - 1 kg/h
  • Coriolis mass flow instruments 50 mg/h - 600 kg/h
  • Volumetric flow instruments based on ultrasonic wave technology from 2 ml/min - 1500 ml/min
  • Instruments based on vortex and electromagnetic working principles up to 250 l/min
More about Liquid Flow Measurement

Flow Meters; a beginners’ guide

Benefits of instruments in our liquid flow portfolio

  • Independent of the fluid properties and therefore able to handle unknown fluids.
  • High dosing accuracy; to support you reduce waste of ingredients.
  • Flow computer on-board for compact control loop with fast response time.
  • Low cost; no maintenance necessary as the liquid flow instrument has no moving parts.
  • Measurement of multi parameters: flow, temperature, density and sound of speed.

Find your LIQUID flow instrument

Liquid flow measurement and control

Bronkhorst specialises in liquid flow meters, controllers and dosing solutions for micro to low flow rates.

For ultra-low and low flows, tiny disturbances in the process or ambient conditions can have a large impact on flow stability. To understand better what low liquid flows are or how to select the best liquid flow meter, we have published an e-book ‘How to handle low liquid flows’, containing the following information:

Liquid flow measurement and control plays an elementary role in many processes. Applications can be found in food & beverage industry, pharmaceutical industry, biotechnology and chemical research labs or pilot plants and many others. In all these applications liquid flows need to be measured and controlled accurately, like in a dosing process. For these dosing processes we supply flow meter/pump combinations, control valves and  customised liquid dosing skids.

To learn more about low liquid flows, download our e-book.

E-book: How to handle low liquid flows

Focusing on low liquid flows < 100 g/h

Download the e-book 'How to handle low liquid flows' to find out more about 'low flows'. Including in-depth information, technical advice and insider tips from our experts.

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