Discover What We Can Do For The Food & Beverage Industry

With smaller engineering and maintenance staffs working to get products first to market with consistent quality and increasingly lower operating costs — and increased regulations — it’s tough to stay ahead of the increasingly global competition. Count on the on-the-ground expertise from the Emerson team to help you ensure food safety, maintain consistent quality, control costs, and eliminate unscheduled downtimes.

Ensure Food Safety

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Maintain Consistent Quality

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Boost Profitability By Controlling Product Costs & Losses

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Eliminate Unscheduled Downtimes

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Food & Beverage Technologies


Coriolis flow meters have a wide dynamic range with typical turndown ratios in the order of 25:1 and good accuracy over a 100:1 dynamic flow range in some applications.

Differential Pressure

As the most widely used and best-documented technology, DP flow meters have no moving parts, are easy to troubleshoot and can be configured quickly without calibration.


Magnetic flow meters are obstructionless, cost-effective for aggressive chemicals and slurries, and provide highly accurate volumetric flow measurement (0.15%).


Vortex flow meters offer easy installation without impulse lines, no moving parts to maintain or repair, less leak potential, and reliable performance in liquid, gas and steam applications.

Explore More Resources on Food & Beverage

Repeatability and Consistency in Food and Beverage


Watch this short “Ask the Expert” video to learn how Emerson flow solutions use density, temperature and direct mass measure to perfect repeatable food and beverage processes for the highest-quality products.

Fenco S.p.A. Improves Filling Machine Efficiency and Reduces Maintenance with Rosemount Magnetic Flow Meters

Case Study

Read this in-depth case study to learn how an Italian leader in constructing food and beverage machines used Emerson flow solutions for a 100% reliable, efficient and reduced-maintenance process on a new filling machine with an extremely demanding flow profile.