Case Study

Milk Receiving And Cream Load Out Metering

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Promass® Q improves dairy throughput and plant mass balance

Entrained micro bubbles in the milk cause measurement challenges. The micro bubbles are caused by pumping and sloshing during truck transfer or by insufficient suction head which creates cavitation in the pump. This is common with grade level loading bays or non-priming impeller pumps. This challenge has limited the use of Coriolis mass flowmeters in the past.

The Promass Q provides the highest measurement accuracy and repeatability for mass flow, volume flow, and density. It has been optimized using patented Multi-Frequency Technology (MFT®) for liquid applications where entrained air is known to be present which makes it ideal for milk intake. For full custody transfer, Endress+Hauser also has a batch controller and ticket printer. Meter performance verification and diagnostics are performed via Ethernet/IP® utilizing Heartbeat Technology® to ensure operational reliability.

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