Reliable flow measurement and control is required in almost all types of industries; from the food and pharmaceutical industries where hygiene is of paramount importance, to the chemical, oil, gas and petrochemical industries which require robust and reliable instrumentation to suit the hazardous conditions. Through our manufacturers, TriNova, Inc. offers a complete range of sensors and transmitters for virtually all aspects of flow measurement. Our partnership with Endress + Hauser enables us to offer flow measurement solutions in these technologies: Electromagnetic, Coriolis Mass, Ultrasonic, Vortex, and Thermal Mass.
Flow Control Instruments
idSolutions Automation & Control Products, is committed to providing innovative solutions for your flow and level measurement requirements through teaming our strong technical support group with your dedicated professionals.
idFlow a division of idSolutions, Automation & Control Products offers a wide range of high quality primary flow elements for industrial and commercial applications. We offer self-averaging pitot tubes, complete orifice plate assemblies, flow nozzles, venturi tubes, wedge and cone meters. These instruments are engineered to meet the most demanding flow metering applications and required standards including ASME MFC-3M, ISO 5167, AGA 3, PTC-6, PTC-19.5, B31.1 and B31.3. These well-established technologies use differential pressure measurement across flow restriction designs to measure velocity, volumetric and mass flow as described by simple laws of physics.
By working with end users, idSolutions has created and built flow meters designed for specific applications. idSolutions, in partnership with TriNova can provide complete solutions for your flow applications.
Description: The flow rate measurement of liquid, steam, and gas is one of the most important areas of application for today's field instrumentation. Therefore, TriNova's manufacturers applies only the most modern and innovative measurement techniques. These principles are characterized by high precision, reduced wear, longer life and reduction of pressure loss at the measuring point.