BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (PRWEB) April 26, 2013
Flow Control magazine debuted the second in a new series of Technology and Application Portals on its website, FlowControlNetwork.com, aimed at serving current and prospective users of Coriolis flowmeters. The new portal is sponsored by Endress+Hauser, a leading supplier of measuring instruments and automation solutions for the industrial process engineering industry.
The Coriolis Flow Measurement portal covers technology and application trends in Coriolis mass flow measurement with video tutorials, free literature downloads, technology description, and a Coriolis Flowmeter Applicator tool.
Flow Control’s Technology & Application Portals are sponsored-content microsites that provide useful information on specific fluid handling technologies, such as flow, level and pressure instruments, pumps, valves, seals, filters, and more. The microsites are narrowly focused to provide in-depth coverage of key technology and application segments.
Endress+Hauser’s Coriolis Flow Measurement portal offers a detailed explanation of the principle of operation on which Coriolis flowmeters are based with a companion video tutorial. The portal also provides details on the Endress+Hauser Coriolis flowmeter product line, as well as a range of case studies and white papers outlining real-world examples of how Coriolis flowmeters are being employed to improve process efficiency.
To access Endress+Hauser’s Coriolis Flow Measurement Technology Portal, click here.
In the months to come, Flow Control will be launching additional Web Portals in key fluid handling technology and application categories, such as Positive-Displacement Pumps, Radar Level Measurement, Turbine Flow Measurement, Mechanical Seals, Sight-Flow Indicators, Emissions Monitoring, Natural Gas Processing, and Custody Transfer. For more information on how to sponsor a Flow Control Technology or Application Portal, email FlowControl(at)GrandViewMedia(dot)com.
About Flow Control Magazine
Flow Control magazine is the leading source for fluid handling systems design, operation and maintenance. It focuses exclusively on technologies for effectively moving, measuring and containing liquids, gases and slurries. It aims to serve any industry where fluid handling is a requirement.