In 2020, the global flow meter market was worth an estimated $7.6 billion. Future projections indicate that the flow meter market is expected to grow by $3.09 billion between 2023 and 2027, expanding at a CAGR of 6.4%.
A flow meter is defined as an instrument that can calculate the linear, nonlinear, mass, and volumetric flow rate of a fluid. This device, which has a wide range of potential applications, is designed to fulfill the individual engineering demands of its eventual consumers. The three most common forms of modern flow meters are mass, velocity, and positive displacement meters. Increasing urbanization and the resulting need for more effective water and sewage management systems have contributed to an increase in demand for cutting-edge flow meters around the world.
The flow meter industry has experienced tremendous growth over the past few years, largely due to new product advancements and an expansion of application areas. Market participants have significantly raised the amount of money they spend on R&D projects aimed at improving flow measurement tools and sensor technology. This has led to a number of technical advancements in the way flow meters operate.
A few of these developments are wireless connectivity, measurement formats, embedded digital signals, enhanced installation management, and remote calibration and configuration. Due to these advancements, flow meters are now incredibly functional, versatile, and dependable. As a result, they are used in a variety of end use sectors, including agricultural and water utilities.
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