New possibilities in water metering with limited space for in- and outlet runs


Recommended installation practices and many international standards prescribe a number of straight inlet and outlet lengths for flowmeters.

However, more and more applications do not offer enough space to realize needed in- and outlet runs to fade out possible disturbances in the flow of the liquid.

In this online seminar we will discuss technical possibilities to realize water metering using electromagnetic flowmeters in limited space applications.

Following the technical basics, we’ll demonstrate many practical examples and show in great detail the differences of various flowmeter constructions

Key Takeaways

  • Understand the importance of a laminar flow through the meter section of electromagnetic flowmeters
  • Get an overview of flowmeter types that allow installations without in- and outlet runs (0D/0D applications)
  • Learn about the pros and cons of different technical approaches

22 March 2022, 9:00 am (CET)
23 March 2022, 4:00 pm (CET)



Rob de Nijs

Rob de Nijs

KROHNE, Product Group Manager Electromagnetic Flowmeters

Rob brings in a huge application experience in metering applications, especially those for custody transfer.

Starting in an international service role, he found the right background to grow through metering specialist towards product management and business development in the Oil & Gas industry. After his engagement with Enraf Tank measurement systems and Emerson Process Management, he gained experience in the Water and Energy industry through his position of business development manager at Itron. Understanding the business processes within water utilities showed his ability to find and develop effective solutions for Itron’s water customers. Since 8 years he is heading up the product management division of Electromagnetic Flowmeters at KROHNE.