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33 - An Introduction to Digital Dosing

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Q: How does the FCM module allow for the detection of any flow deviations in the system?
A: By sending out an alarm if pressure built-up when the flow is blocked and reacting to other failures, such as cavitation or pipe burst and switching off the system if detecting serious failures
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Q: How does digital dosing make stroke length modification redundant?
A: Due to the internal stroke speed control either implemented in the digital dosing pump or stepper motor, ensuring that dosing runs at a smooth, continuous rate.
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Q: Why are FCM modules built into digital dosing pumps?
A: To provide a more accurate and better dosing performance.
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Q: At which flow rates does digital dosing perform best?
A: Digital dosing performs best over the full range of flow rates.