New eLearning course on electromagnetic flowmeters now available

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June 20, 2014 -- KROHNE, Inc., a global specialist in the development, manufacture and distribution of measuring instruments for process industries, has introduced a new eLearning course, "Electromagnetic Flowmeters," on its learning platform, KROHNE Academy online.

Participants of the course will find a broad range of topics related to this flow measuring principle in three modules.

The first module deals with the history and general areas of application, the measuring principle itself and the construction of an electromagnetic flowmeter.

Accordingly, it is followed by the second module with the material selection and special types of electromagnetic flowmeters, the sizing, and the measuring accuracy, as well as the calibration of an electromagnetic flowmeter.

Finally, the third module covers the topics installation and grounding, limitations and advantages, and the industries and applications in which electromagnetic flowmeters can be used.

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"New Literature: Flow Monitoring Training"


About KROHNE


KROHNE
is a worldwide technological leader in the development, manufacture and distribution of accurate, reliable and cost-effective measuring instruments for the process industries. KROHNE focuses on forming partnerships with its customers to provide them with the most reliable and innovative solutions available in the marketplace. For more information, visit www.us.krohne.com.

About KROHNE Academy online

KROHNE Academy online is a free online eLearning training tool, focusing on various elements within the area of industrial process measurement and consists of electronic learning content with full audio. KROHNE does not advertise any own measuring devices; instead, KROHNE describes and explains measuring technology in an industry comprehensive way that is not related to specific manufacturers. For more information, visit http://academy-online.krohne.com.

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