Yokogawa Corporation of America is proud to exhibit at the 51st Annual ISA-Niagara Frontier Tech Expo. Coupled with educational instrumentation and automation seminars, this event is a must-attend for engineers, technicians, educators, consultants, and technology experts. Products from across our portfolio will be on display including flow meters, pressure and temperature transmitters, analyzers, and control instruments. Yokogawa application specialists will be available to answer your questions.
Absolute Pressure transmitters compare a pressure relative to Absolute pressure. Absolute pressure is always a positive value.
The ADMAG AXR is the world's first two-wire magnetic flow meter which employs the fluid noise free "Dual Frequency Excitation Method," achieving excellent stability for instrumentation.
The classic vortex flow meter provides accurate, stable measurements for a wide variety of applications.
Yokogawa's range of flow meter instruments include vortex, magnetic, variable area, Coriolis, and differential pressure flow meters.
Real-time gas analysis enhances efficiency, safety, throughput, product quality, and ensures environmental compliance.
Gas Density detectors and analyzers provide continuous measurement of gas density; as well as, several other valuable paramenters, including specific gravity and molecular weight.
Liquid analyzers are used for monitoring process chemistry including water quality, providing process optimization and control.
Magnetic flow meters are ideal for conductive fluids in chemical, slurry, and mining applications, with minimal pressure loss. Available in four- and two-wires.
316L Stainless Steel Construction
2% Full Scale accuracy
4-20ma output Hart Protocol Available
Adjustable Limit Switches
0.95 to 550 GPM
0.42 to 1050 SCFM
ROTAMASS is the integral and remote type Coriolis Mass Flow Meter. Both types have highly refined digital signal processing electronics, so that accurate and stable mass flow measurement is achieved.
The Variable Area Flowmeter is one of the oldest and mature principles in flow measurement with its simple design: a float rises inside a conically shaped glass tube as the flow increases and its position on a scale can be read off as the flow rate.