The operation of electromagnetic flowmeter is based on Faraday's law of electromagnetic induction, i.e., when a conductive object (conductor) passes through magnetic field, electromotive force is produced at both ends of the conductor and the magnitude of the electromotive force is related to the volume rate of flow. With an electromagnetic flowmeter, conductive fluid can be measured without being affected by the temperature, pressure, density, viscosity, and/or conductivity of fluid, and flowrate of corrosive fluid can be measured with negligible loss of pressure.
Electromagnetic flowmeter lineup
Wide range general-purpose model:MAG-OVAL III
*1: Within ±1% RD, *2: Within 1.5 mL/min or 0.1 L/min (normal), *3: 200°C min., *4: 30 MPa min.