MEGA loop for calibration of flow meters
The new MEGA loop for calibration of flow meters is under construction and set to open for calibrations in 2023.
New MEGA loop for calibration of flow meters of all sizes
FORCE Technology is adding a new closed loop to the flow calibration facilities in Vejen, Denmark.
The MEGA loop will be based on the same technology and engineering as the existing high-pressure calibration facility, built as a closed loop with low-pressure loss, operating at stable flow and pressure all year round. The MEGA loop will be almost three times the size of the existing loop, considering the length, the meter section, the meter sizes and maximum flow.
The biggest difference is the size and capacity, and the fact that the MEGA loop will be hydrogen-ready for the transition to Power-2-X with the ability to operate with up to 25% hydrogen in the natural gas.
The MEGA loop will have the following capacity
- Flow of 65.000 m3/h
- Pressure up to 65 bar g
- Can operate with up to 25% hydrogen in natural gas
- Meter sizes up to 56” - 60”
- Meter lines of 48 meters in length
- 30” lenght compensator with a horizontal movement of 2 meter
- Dp over the MUT system up to 1,5 bar.
The construction of the MEGA loop
Follow the construction progress of the MEGA loop directly from the construction site in Vejen, Denmark
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