A Market Study from Flow Research
contains a description of a new market study from Flow Research on steam
flow measurement. If you are interested in the study,
please contact Jesse Yoder at Flow Research: firstname.lastname@example.org,
or call Flow Research at 781-245-3200.
was published in March 2008.
Steam flow measurement has never been as important as it is
today. Many companies that
want to reduce their energy and power costs are looking to find ways
to increase the efficiency and accuracy of their steam flow measurement.
Suppliers have an opportunity to capitalize on this need for improved
steam flow measurement by increasing their market presence and offering
innovative products. While DP and vortex flowmeters continue to
account for a significant portion of the steam flow measurement market,
emerging technologies such as Coriolis and ultrasonic are being used more
widely. This study quantifies these trends and lets you know what
changes to expect in the steam flow measurement market over the next five
Overview of Steam Flow Study (HTML)
Founding Sponsor Program (HTML)
Founding Sponsor Program (PDF)
Table of Contents (PDF)
EZ Order Form (PDF)
EZ Order Form (DOC)
Research has completed a new market study on the worldwide steam flow
measurement market. The goal
of the study was determining
the market size of various technologies used to measure gas flow.
In addition, forecasts through 2012 are included.
The study includes the following vital information about the steam flow measurement market::
The study is divided into the following regions:
The following types of flowmeters included in the study, including primary elements:
The study identifies certain application areas that are especially important.
Flow Research has completed a series of twelve studies that include all types of flowmeters. Information about these studies is at http://www.flowresearch.com/flow.htm. This new study will go beyond previous studies by providing updated information to 2007, and by comparing the different technologies as they are used for steam flow measurement. This study should be of special interest to any manufacturer of flowmeters used to measure steam flow, and to companies that use flowmeters to measure steam flow.
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