A Developing UK Market
Jul 11 2013
Following the success of the recent ADBA Exhibition and specific enquiries from customers, Bronkhorst (UK) have added resource to meet both current and future application needs.
One such future need is the requirement to measure the composition and quality of natural gas within national grids as these are likely to vary enormously as a result of blending sources from different countries, the addition of biogas and the periodical variations of both these gas types. At the same time, the actual introduction of biogas into national grids is being hindered by the absence of a cost-effective, reliable but miniature device for measurement of the energy content of fuel gases.
Bronkhorst have taken the first steps in developing such an “on-chip” fuel gas energy content measurement system. It incorporates an integrated micro Wobbe index meter, consisting of 2 gas inlets, a mixer, a combustion chamber, heaters, temperature sensors and an exhaust outlet, together with an ultra-sensitive micro Coriolis mass flow meter, suitable for accurate mass flow and density measurement of the gases. Current applications are also being fulfilled with the introduction of an advanced, fully digital, insertion Thermal Mass Flow Meter. Featuring extremely low power consumption, exceptional low-end sensitivity (1000:1 turn-down) and an advanced in-situ calibration check the instrument range is ideally suited to the Biogas Market.
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