Electromagnetic meters are vastly utilized as a part of the water and wastewater industry. The demand for electromagnetic flow meters has expanded significantly attributable to their application in non-intrusive measurement. They are easy to install, cost effective and low maintenance. Water, wastewater and energy are expected to be the key application segments of the electromagnetic flow meters market that could provide bountiful opportunities for growth.
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One of the pivotal factors driving the market is the elimination of the constraint associated with wiring. Wireless transmission systems decrease the difficulty in monitoring rotating equipment, which is a fundamental part of electromagnetic flow meters. Another significant advancement is the recent developments in remote and battery-operated electromagnetic flow meters. Battery-worked meters make it conceivable to introduce electromagnetic flow meters in hard to reach places, and remote meters can transmit a receivable signal where the utilization of wires is unfeasible. Both of these segments are expected to further fuel the electromagnetic flow meters market.
Most flow meters operate to the best of their capacity in clean liquids or gases. Electromagnetic flow meters, by contrast, work best with grimy fluids. Electromagnetic flow meters and Doppler ultrasonic meters are the two main principle types of meters that function well in impure fluids, in spite of the fact that differential pressure meters likewise can quantify impure fluids-only if they comprise of the right kind of material. Electromagnetic flow meters are utilized to gauge the flow of conductive fluids and slurries, including pulp and paper slurries and black liquor. Their fundamental limitation is that they cannot quantify hydrocarbons, which are nonconductive, and thus are not generally utilized as a part of the petroleum industry.
While the electromagnetic flow meter market is a steady one, there are some new product launches in the market that support the impending market development. A recent innovation is the two-wire electromagnetic flow meter. Four-wire meters have a distinctive power supply. Two-wire meters utilize the power accessible from the circle control supply. This decreases wiring costs, and can thus reduce the cost of installation. These meters are thus becoming highly popular on account of being cost effective.
The report offers in-depth insights into the key growth dynamics, various factors boosting prominent segments, recent trends, and the vendor landscape. The study evaluates the scope of various technological advancements and emerging application areas expected to influence the market trajectory over the forecast period between 2017 and 2025.