While steam ﬂow measurement is especially important in power plants, process heat and steam distribution are also measured in many other industries. In the oil & gas industry, for example, steam is an important tool for enhanced oil recovery.
Our insoniﬁcation technology handles gases from low to high pressure. The EMAT Flowmeter is suitable for ﬂow measurement in pipelines for all kind of gases. It can serve as a check meter in gas distribution, for emission control, or as a meter for ﬂare gas, shale gas, LNG and CNG.
Since our insoniﬁcation technology uses different ultrasonic wave-lengths and frequencies, it can measure several medium parameters. Possible applications range from water cut measurement to multiphase ﬂow metering (oil, water, gas) and wet gas.
The ROSEN retrofittable (clamp-on) multiphase flowmeter can be installed directly at each well-head for real-time production rate measurement. This offers the opportunity for oil field production optimization and reservoir monitoring.
In 2014, ROSEN commissioned the construction of a multiphase flow loop facility for developing, engineering and testing its EMAT-Flowmeters. In this flow loop, the EMAT Flowmeter measures single phase media such as water, nitrogen and diesel, as well as water cut and multiphase flows.
ROSEN uses this facility at the Rosen Technology & Research Center in Lingen, Germany, to develop complex single and multiphase solutions in close cooperation with our customers.
ROSEN is a leading privately owned company that was established as a one-man business in 1981. Over the last 30 years, ROSEN has grown rapidly and is today a worldwide technology group that operates in more than 120 countries with over 3,000 employees.
The ROSEN Group is a worldwide provider of cutting-edge solutions in all areas of the integrity process chain suiting a wide range of industries: oil and gas, energy, process, mining, manufacturing, telecommunications and transportation for a wide range of assets, including pipeline, tanks and vessels as well as wind turbines, trains, telecommunication towers and many more.