Webinar Recording: How to Calibrate Differential Pressure Flowmeters

This ISA co-hosted webinar on differential pressure flowmeter calibration was presented by Nicole Meidl, multivariable transmitter expert at EmersonNed Espy, technical director at Beamex, and Roy Tomalino, professional services engineer at Beamex. This is Part 2 in the webinar series on flowmeter calibration. To view Part 1, click this link.

In this webinar, experts examine the complexity of testing popular multivariable differential pressure cells that provide a compensated flowmeter output based on differential inches of water (inH2O), static (psia) and temperature (RTD) variables. While this smart instrument can make a very accurate measurement, it is often a “mystery” as to how to properly check and calibrate the meter in the field.

 

About the Presenters

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Nicole Miedl, is global product management engineer at Emerson Automation Solutions. Nicole is a multivariable transmitter expert and is involved in product development, support and training. She earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of St. Thomas.


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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERANed Espy has been promoting calibration management with Beamex for more than 20 years. He has directed field experience in instrumentation measurement application for over 27 years. Today, Ned provides technical & application support to Beamex clients and partners throughout North America.


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Roy TomalinoRoy Tomalino has been teaching calibration management for 14 years. Throughout his career, he has taught on four different continents to people from over 40 countries. His previous roles include technical marketing engineer and worldwide trainer for Hewlett-Packard and application engineer with Honeywell. Today, Roy is responsible for all Beamex training activities in North America.

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