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Alicat announces its Coriolis series of products

Author: Finn & Conway, Inc. | Date Submitted: Friday, 09/11/2020

 

Alicat Scientific announces its Coriolis series of products 

CODA Coriolis mass flow meters and controllers for precision measurement in extreme applications 

 

Tucson, AZ, 1 September 2020, Alicat Scientific, a division of Halma PLC, today announced the release of its CODA Coriolis mass flow meters and controllers. CODA joins Alicat’s line of globally recognized mass flow and pressure instrumentation as a high precision, ultra-low flow solution capable of operating at high pressures. 

Recognizing that the constraints placed on mass flow measurement; gas composition, stability, and pressure limits the effectiveness of certain technologies, Alicat introduces its line of Coriolis mass flow instruments, the CODA series. Corrosive gases have also presented a challenge to the effectiveness of traditional mass flow measurement. The CODA line of Coriolis instrumentation deploys a more resistant flow path opening up the potential for more compatibility with aggressive fluid applications.

“Coriolis technology enables mass flow measurement for high pressure, aggressive fluids, ultra-low flow, and high precision applications,” said Ryan Barner, Director of New Product Development. “I’m excited about CODA and the impact it can have in both research and production environments.” 

 

 

CODA demonstrates fast response times in direct measurement of mass flow. What makes the Coriolis line different is measurement independent of fluid composition allowing its application to a broader array of processes. CODA is also capable of measuring ultra-low flows and can operate at very high pressures, up to 3,500 PSI, further broadening application potential. CODA Coriolis products have been designed with real world applications in mind. This line of instruments also features corrosion resistant models and resistance to external vibration. 

CODA Coriolis instruments are ideal for aerospace and fuel cell applications where high pressures and corrosive fluids place high stresses on instrumentation while requiring extremely low failure tolerances. CODA Coriolis instruments are equally well suited for biomedical research or food production where precision and ultra-low flows are required to maintain exacting purity standards.  

CODA mass flow instruments: exacting standards in mass flow. 

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CODA Coriolis Mass Flow Meters and Controllers

When it comes to mass flow measurement and control of fluids, CODA Coriolis devices provide exceptional accuracy in measurement. Our Coriolis meters and controllers provide fast response and low susceptibility to external vibration. These devices pair that with exceptional zero stability to create an industry leading precision instrument. Units with an exceptional measurement range from 0.2 g/h up to 30 kg/h gives you precision even at extremely low flow conditions.

The addition of Coriolis measurement technology has provided Alicat the opportunity to cover more applications for you, especially applications which require resistance to corrosive fluids, an IP67 rating, and operating pressures up to 3500 PSI.

When you don’t know the chemical composition of your fluid, our CODA Coriolis series of mass flow devices enable you to get accurate readings of flow rate and density making them ideal for applications with changing fluid compositions.

Alicat CODA Coriolis meters and controllers: the uncompromising quality in mass flow systems.

Flow Rate:  0.2 – 10,000 g/h
Repeatability:  +/- 0.05%
Accuracy:  0.2% of Rate
Response Time:  < 100 ms
Control Time:  < 500 ms
Fluid Temperature:  -30° to 105° C
Maximum Operating Pressure:  3500 psia

 

 

Catalysis

Catalyst research – precise measurement independent of fluid properties

Bio-Pharm

Precision dosing for bio reactor systems – efficient addition of process additives

Fuel Cell

Precision fluid measurement in fuel cell research

Food Production

Accurate dosing of consumer product additives

Coating

CVD coating processes – fast control for repeatable results