ABOUT FTI FLOW TECHNOLOGY
FTI Flow Technology, recognized in the U.S. and worldwide for manufacturing high accuracy flow metering solutions, offers an unmatched flow measurement resource—including over 50 years of experience in solving the most difficult applications.
Users of FTI Flow Technology’s precision flow metering devices range from major oil & gas companies drilling at the bottom of the North Sea, to leading food and beverage producers, pharmaceutical manufacturers and the NASA space program.
Measuring the flow of liquids involved in a wide range of manufacturing and production processes demands superior instrument performance. FTI Flow Technology’s state-of-the-art electromagnetic and ultrasonic flow meters meet the demands for accurate measurement and reliability in water and wastewater applications. As a flow meter manufacturer, we can design and build highly accurate, robust, and reliable devices to precisely measure the product flow.
FTI Flow Technology recognizes that every customer has unique flow meter requirements and offers both standard and custom flow metering solutions. The FTI Flow Technology engineering and sales team can produce a custom flow metering solution for your application. Whether it is a special end-to-end dimension, custom circuitry or qualified testing, FTI Flow Technology is an experienced flow meter manufacturer that can work with you to design and build the flow measurement device you need.
FTI Flow Technology provides world class customer service that ensures the accuracy of your equipment. Our world class service extends throughout the organization to ensure we provide what you want when you want it.
FTI Flow Technology is registered to ISO9001:2015 and AS9100:2016.
In-Line Ultrasonic Meters Provide Continuous Measurement For Sample Stations
Boilers, cooling towers, and reverse osmosis (RO) systems are some of the most common systems that require monitoring and chemical treatment. Chemical treatment of boiler systems reduces scale, corrosion, and other mineral deposits. This enables the system to run more efficiently, keep heat transfer rates high and fuel costs down. To determine the proper amount of chemical to be injected into the water stream, samples of key parameters need to be taken. Instrumentation to measure ORP, pH, conductivity, temperature, pressure and flow are deployed to take these measurements.
Ultrasonic Meters Provide Accurate Flow Testing Of Agricultural Spraying Systems
Today’s agricultural industry relies on advanced automated spraying systems for applying fertilizers and pesticides to fields. These automated systems can provide feedback and control to ensure proper amounts of chemicals are being applied. To achieve a high level of control, the system components (valves, nozzles, spray bar, and feed lines) need to perform accurately and repeatably. FTI Flow Technology, Inc., has worked with multiple agricultural spraying system original equipment manufacturers (OEM) to test full spraying systems and individual components.
Flow Technology Introduces In-Line Ultrasonic Meter For Ultra-Low-Flow Low Viscosity Liquid Application
Flow Technology, Inc. (FTI), a leading manufacturer of precision flow measurement instruments, systems and calibrators, has introduced the QLF Series in-line ultrasonic flow meter for use in ultra-low-flow low viscosity liquid applications.
Flow Technology Introduces In-Line Ultrasonic Flow Meters For Low Viscosity Liquid Applications
Flow Technology, Inc. (FTI), a leading manufacturer of precision flow measurement instruments, systems and calibrators, has introduced the QCT Series of in-line ultrasonic flow meters for use in low viscosity liquid applications.
Electromagnetic Flow Meter Enhances Scramjet Engine Component Testing
An engineering research and development company, providing inventive and distinctive solutions for Fluid Dynamics, Aerodynamics, Combustion Analysis, and Pressure/ Force Measurement applications, contacted Flow Technology's local representative looking for a flow measurement system for metering recirculated, treated cooling water.
Magnetic Flowmeter Used In Winery For TTB Audit Compliance
The U.S. Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (or TTB for short) oversees industry compliance with U.S. government laws and regulations governing the tobacco and alcoholic beverage industries. Both large and small wineries are scrutinized for their compliance with regulations addressing alcohol content, fill levels in bottles, etc. For example, TTB guidelines require a traceable check and balance system verifying the amount of gallons used for wine blending equals the amount of gallons produced by the blending process.
Magnetic Flow Meter Measures Water For Continuous Mix Concrete Plants
Massive construction projects require a continuous source of concrete to be poured as rapidly as possible. However, trucking in premix is not an option for such large projects. Concrete must be continuously mixed on-site and delivered via conveyor rapidly to the pour site. Accurate and reliable measurement of water is a must for these continuous mix concrete plants.
Magnetic Flow Meter Improves Material Quality In Hot Rolling Process
Hot rolling processes involve starting with steel slabs 8 to 9 inches thick and up to 36 feet long, then rolling them into strips as thin as 1/16 inch and up to a half mile in length. it is important to descale the steel throughout the process to maintain the desired quality.
Magnetic Flow Meter Measures Manure For Agricultural Spraying
Commercial livestock operations generate a significant amount of manure byproduct. The manure is sometimes sprayed in a liquefied form over agricultural fields as a fertilizer in between planting seasons.
Magnetic Flow Meters Improve Recycling Of Gas Well-Produced Water
As old gas & oil fields play out, newer methods must be used to extract resources from areas where they are locked in layers of shale. One current technique is known as “fraccing,” in which high pressure water is pumped into the well shaft to “fracture” the rock layers, allowing more natural gas to escape and be collected. However, this technique poses a number of environmental problems, including contamination of water with hydrocarbons, solid particulates, and scale producing ions — making it unsuitable for reuse.