Mr. Shunji Saitoh
A coriolis flowmeter is a mass flowmeter designed to directly and continuously measure the "mass", the only characteristic of fluid that is not affected by temperature, pressure, viscosity or density changes. Based on a unique principle utilizing Coriolis force, a wide range of mass flowrate based systems can be configured by detecting the mass flowrate with high accuracy and sensitivity, and converting it to analog or frequency output. In addition to general liquids, flowrate of foods, chemicals, slurry, high-density gas, etc. can also be measured. A major feature of the coriolis flowmeter is a complex sensor that can measure temperature and density simultaneously with flowrate.