Meter Run

Definition - What does Meter Run mean?

A meter run is supplied as the complete unit of usually a one meter length to make sure the necessary straight pipe lengths achieve the highest possible efficiency. It used for measuring small flow rates specifically where the high accuracy of the flow rates is required. It is designed and manufactured carefully to achieve an optimum flow metering uncertainty and ensure that the installation of adjacent pipework, orifice plate and tappings is flexible. The meter run is designed to provide maximum accuracy of meter by keeping the flow smooth in downstream and upstream.

Petropedia explains Meter Run

Flow meters have several uses in different industrial applications. When a high measuring accuracy is required, using a meter run is the best technique of every primary element. It is an arrangement that consists of an orifice plate with calibrated downstream and upstream pipes and flanges. The meter run is produced as a single unit; hence it is easy to match the components optimally with each other. Meter runs are differently designed to suit different pipeline lengths, configurations, end connection requirements and orientations for all flow measurement applications by using the flow metering technology which is proven to all industry standards.

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