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Bronkhorst instruments are used for numerous applications in many different markets. In this section you will find an overview of the main markets for our equipment, illustrated with some typical examples of applications.
Are you looking for technical documentation, are you interested to learn more about the measuring principles of Bronkhorst products, or you do want to get in contact with a Bronkhorst Service Engineer? This section will guide you to the relevant service & support topics.
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Almost every day you encounter products whose production process involves liquid dosing: when you eat sweets or a piece of chocolate, when you do the laundry or put on some nice perfume. There are countless other examples…
Not only is liquid dosing used in the food industry to add fragrances and flavourings, it’s also used to add dyes to detergent and other household products. Another industry where dosing plays an important role is the petrochemical industry, where it’s used to dose additives (like catalysts).
When do you need flow meters to dose additives, fragrances and flavourings? When do you need a dosing pump? And how does that work?
We have listed the top 10 questions about liquid dosing in this blog.
At Bronkhorst, Peter Derkzen and Gerhard Bauhuis are responsible for developing dosing solutions for all sorts of processes where additives must be dosed. They receive all kinds of questions related to dosing of additives. We sat down with them to find out the top 10 questions about liquid dosing.
Dosing pumps move a known volume per unit of time, without measuring the flow that goes into the process.
If you dose additives using a dosing pump – without a flow meter – the value can deviate by up to 50% from the desired quantity of liquid that you want to dose. This could be due to wear and tear, air pockets, or fluctuations in pressure and temperature.
Read our customer story and learn more about the flow solution we offered for dosing of low-flow liquefied gases.
It’s important that you purge your process well. A small air or gas bubble can distort the dosing process and measurement values for your process. We have a great deal of experience with these kinds of processes, and can give you advice on how to tackle this issue. We’ve also produced an ebook which you can download for free. The ebook explains in detail how to handle low liquid flows, with a focus on liquid flows under 100 g/h.
Yes, absolutely. By connecting the flow meter to a dosing pump, you can measure exactly what the pump is doing. Flow instruments can often be used to control the pump for greater precision. This is a significant added value offered by our flow instruments. Bronkhorst can help with advice and on-site system installation. Find out more about the possibilities we can offer you.
Accurate flow meters for fast batch dosing in filling lines. Learn about our additive dosing solutions for flow meters in the food and beverage industry.
Why do we need to have a Coriolis mass flow meter if we use a dosing or metering pump?