Flow Metrology for the Next Generation of Healthcare and Energy

19 June 2020

Flow Metrology for the Next Generation of Healthcare and Energy

As the UK’s Designated Institute for Flow Measurement, TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory is working on several projects aligned to the UK Government’s Industrial Strategy Challenge areas of Ageing Society and Clean Growth.

In healthcare, as treatments become more bespoke, methods more sophisticated and greater efficiencies are sought after, flow metrology is firmly on the radar for the sector. Likewise, for clean fuels, essential to meet the net-zero targets enshrined in legislation, flow measurement is vital to offer a fair and equitable trade for both business and consumers.

TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory has rapidly expanded activity in related sectors, with our Clean Fuels and Life Sciences teams working with key trade and public sector organisations, businesses, academic institutions and service providers.

In healthcare and life sciences, we have focused on three key themes where flow measurement is crucial; microfluidics, pharmaceutical manufacture and in vivo flow measurement. For Clean fuels, the focus is on the future of powering our homes and transport through the use of hydrogen and CCS.

Recently, we have published three articles in the trade press related to the work we are doing in these areas: Dr Tracy Brown, Head of Healthcare published an article in Med Tech Innovation, Dr Martin Hanton, Technical Director in Carbon Capture Journal and Dale Anderson, Flow Engineer, in Energy World. 

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