Enhanced Coriolis Control (ECC)
Learn how Enhanced Coriolis Control (ECC) helps you avoid common measuring errors
Sponsored by: ABB

One of the most common reasons for measuring errors in Coriolis mass flowmeters is the measurement of liquids with significant gas content. Significant gas content can (a) damp the vibration of pipes as they absorb energy, or (b) change the density of the medium in the pipe and thus, the resonance frequency used to measure.

Download this white paper to learn how ABB’s Enhanced Coriolis Control (ECC) offers new regulation and filter methods to keep the measurement signal as stable and precise as possible, even in difficult conditions.

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