|By Marketwired .||
|July 4, 2014 09:07 AM EDT||
DUBLIN, IRELAND -- (Marketwired) -- 07/04/14 -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/54ckmj/flow_meters) has announced the addition of the "Flow Meters Market by Type & by Application - Global Trends & Forecast to 2019" report to their offering.
A flow meter is an instrument which is used to measure the volume of fluid passing through a certain point over a given time. A flow meter usually consists of tube, indicator, stop, and scale. The performance of flow meter depends on density, pressure, viscosity, and temperature of the fluid. It is measured by accuracy, repeatability, linearity, and range-ability of the instrument. Key factors such as fluid profile, characteristics, and flow range are used to determine the correct flow meter for a particular application. Flow meters are used in water & wastewater, oil & gas, food & beverage, and chemical industry.
Flow meters are used in various industries for measuring mass flow and volume flow. The many and diverse metering applications within the water &wastewater industry call for a wide range of flow meter technologies. Typical water & wastewater flow meter applications are water flow monitoring, d osing of water treatment chemicals, correct billing and accurate water consumption monitoring, leakage detection and reduction, etc. It is used in terminal & storage for combustion control, refining, and pipeline leak detection. Flow meters are also used for air monitoring, emission control, and analyzer measurement. They are used in food & beverage industry for accurate and high quality measurements. Flow meters are used in life science applications such as chromatography column control, cell mass indication, and batch & ingredient addition control. Flow meters are used in different industries depending on environments such as mechanical restrictions and output-connectivity options. In marine applications, flow meters are used to measure fuel consumption and improve operational efficiencies. This report describes all this and other applications of flow meters in detail.
Oil & gas, refining & petrochemicals, chemicals, and power sector are expected to drive the flow meters market. One of the key factors contributing to this market growth is the increasing demand for magnetic, coriolis, and ultrasonic flow meters across the industries. The Asia-Pacific region dominated the flow meters market, followed by North America. Moreover, The Middle East is expected to witness the above average growth rate by 2019 due to large oil & gas industry. New projects and investment in Asia-Pacific, Middle East, and Africa are expected to drive the flow meters market.
-- Differential Pressure -- Positive Displacement -- Magnetic -- Ultrasonic -- Coriolis Turbine -- Vortex -- Others
-- Water & Wastewater -- Oil & Gas -- Refining & Petrochemicals -- Food & Beverages -- Chemicals -- Power Generation -- Others
Key Topics Covered:
1. Introduction 2. Executive Summary 3. Premium Insights 4. Market Overview 5. Market Assessment, By Type 6. Market Assessment, By Application 7. Market Assessment, By Geography 8. Competitive Landscape 9. Company Profiles -- ABB LTD. -- Azbil Corporation -- Badger Meter Inc. -- EMERSON ELECTRIC CO. -- ENDRESS + HAUSER AG -- Honeywell International Inc. -- Invensys Plc -- Siemens A.G. -- YOKOGAWA ELECTRIC CO.
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Sector: Process and Materials
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