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CALIBRATION


more dynamic methods are available where not only is the flow continuous through the device under test but also through the standard while it is measuring, but they are generally less accurate.


For most applications, it is the user that must define the calibration interval and method


“ Whatever methods are chosen, it is vital to


remember that a calibration applies to that meter only, operating under the conditions with which it was calibrated. If these conditions change then the calibration may no longer be valid. That means that it’s potentially time to re-calibrate your flow meter.





TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory www.tuvsud.com/en-gb/nel


Advanced Valve Solutions have a long standing proven track record of the design, engineering and de- livery of custom high-end vave systems for a wide range of sectors, including the power, oil & gas, petro- chemical, paper and food/beverage industries.


From our offices in the Netherlands, Great Britain and United States, we work closely with long established high quality manufacturers to provide a wide range of products including; steam attemperators, control valves, isolation valves and bypass valves.


AVS also provides additional offerings such as spares management and site solutions. Striving to build long standing working relationships, built on trust, and to deliver, reliable, quality solutions at a low cost with continued support over the entire life cycle of the product.


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