KROHNE metering systems are used throughout the entire energy value chain, from production of oil, gas, green and blue hydrogen, through ship (un)loading and pipeline transport, to industrial consumers and underground storage locations. KROHNE’s metering systems for CO2 are based on many years of experience with measuring CO2 in food & beverage and chemical industry.
KROHNE is a one stop shop that takes full project responsibility for their metering systems, from initial design to periodical maintenance on site. Where available KROHNE instrumentation is used, such as in-house manufactured Coriolis and ultrasonic flowmeters that have been thoroughly tested on CO2. Where KROHNE instrumentation is not available, or users are standardised on another brand, KROHNE will use 3rd party products where KROHNE takes full responsibility. Instrument diagnostic features are used to guarantee maximum performance and lowest measurement uncertainty.
With instrumentation and custody transfer metering systems designed from the same source, customers can rely on seamless integration of all components. KROHNE is established in the metering industry since 1921 and has a local presence in over 100 countries to provide on-going support.
Product features and options depend on device configuration: Contact us to make sure that your preferred functionality can be combined in one device.
Metering systems based on KROHNE or 3rd party instrumentation
Vast experience with measurement of CO2 in the food & beverage and chemical industry
Single source responsibility for the metering and analyser system
For gas, liquid and supercritical phase
Compliance with local and international standards e.g. OIML R137, OIML R117, MI-005
Custody transfer metering systems for gaseous, liquid or supercritical CO2
Supply of CO2 in pipeline grid
Ship loading of (liquid) CO2
High accuracy measurement for pipeline leak detection
Also available for the measurement of hydrogen
Coriolis mass flowmeter for advanced process applications
High accuracy (±0.05% flat), for cryogenic to high temperature media (-200…+400°C / -328…+752°F); maintains operation over a wide range of gas fractions and complex flow conditions (EGMTM)