Ultrasonic flow meters use sound waves to determine the velocity of a fluid flowing in a pipe, river or open channel. Some of the most popular techniques to measure flow include: time of flight (or transit time), Doppler or correlation method. These methods are also used in wastewater processing for monitoring effluent discharge using weirs and flumes. The height of the water in the channel, going over the weir or flume, is directly proportional to the flow rate. System designers can work with our transducer experts to select the most appropriate air ranging or flow monitoring transducers for these demanding applications. We also offer custom solutions.
The many benefits of the Airmar’s flow transducers include:
Our air-ranging transducers provide non-contact solutions for customers' toughest sensing problems. Unlike other sensing techniques, ultrasonic sensors can detect clear, transparent or shiny objects and are not affected by color.
Ultrasonic flow meters use sound waves to determine the velocity of a fluid flowing in a pipe, river or open channel.