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Spirax Sarco advises on flowmeter selection in new White Paper

12 March 2012

Spirax Sarco has published a new White Paper providing steam users with top tips to correctly select the right flowmeter to achieve targeted energy savings.

The White Paper highlights the importance of monitoring and targeting schemes in light of carbon emissions legislation and volatile fuel prices, and how accurate steam measurement is key to improving plant efficiency, energy efficiency, process control and costing.

The steam metering White Paper presents the technical differences in measuring steam compared to other fluid flowmetering, and what variables, such as temperature or pressure, should be considered to ensure an accurate reading. Other considerations included in the document are erosion; velocity; installation space; flowmeter turndown; and accuracy.

The mainstream flowmeter types and their suitability for accurate steam measurement is a main feature of the White Paper, presenting benefits that include the best turndown ratio, accuracy and cost. Over eight flowmeter varieties are evaluated and brought together in an easy-to-read comparison table.

Written by Spirax Sarco experts, the White Paper is aimed at steam users looking for new ways to improve the efficiency of their steam system, whilst reducing overall energy consumption.

The White Paper is available on request in PDF format.

For a copy please visit www.spiraxsarco.com/uk,

alternatively email http://uk.enquiries@uk.spiraxsarco.com or call 01242 535319, ref: 'Steam Metering White Paper'.


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