Panametrics, a Baker Hughes Business develops solutions for moisture, oxygen, liquid flow, and gas flow measurement, with proven technologies that are known across many industries, including oil and gas. 

Panametrics entered the ultrasonic flow market with a gas flow meter more than 60 years ago. Since then, the Panametrics brand has been known for its high-technology inline and clamp-on flow meters that handle the toughest applications and environments.

Panametrics, a Baker Hughes Business is a division of Baker Hughes. We are an energy technology company. We are taking energy forward – making it safer, cleaner and more efficient for people and the planet.

Panametrics’ flow meters and oxygen analyzers can help your water treatment facility to get the most out of challenging operations through innovative technology.

Our goal is help water and wastewater operators optimize profitability by preventing downtime and improve efficiency.

Our flow meters and oxygen analyzers can improve accuracy and enhance reliability with on-demand readings and tablet to transmitter communication and reduce your maintenance costs.”


The DigitalFlow DF868 is a full-featured, fixed-installation liquid flowmeter designed to meet all your flow metering and energy measurement needs. Its patented Correlation Transit-Time™ digital signal processing provides drift-free measurements in ultraclean and most “dirty” liquids. This includes fluids with gas bubbles and entrained solids that have previously required Doppler-type meters.

The microprocessor-based XMTC is a compact, rugged, online thermal conductivity transmitter that measures the concentration of binary gas mixtures including hydrogen, carbon dioxide, methane, helium and many others. The analyzer also combines computer enhanced signal measurement with fast-response software, real-time error detection and digital communication via an RS232 or RS485 interface.

The PanaFlow gas meter system consists of two models— the one-path PanaFlow Z1G and the two-path PanaFlow Z2G. Both meters offer a high-performance, yet affordable solution for a variety of gas flow applications.

Proven robustness in hazardous area oxygen analysis. Designed for stability and longevity in oxygen percent measurement, the XMO2 can easily recover from process upsets and maintain high accuracy readings in hazardous areas.

What happens when you combine the proven track record of the TransPort® PT878 (TransPort PT900’s powerful predecessor) with the latest technology? You get performance, productivity, and a better user experience. The TransPort is the next evolution, and it’s here to make your job easier than ever.

The AquaTrans AT600 liquid flow ultrasonic transmitter combines state-of-the-art flow measurement capability with a low-cost transmitter package that can be installed right at the process measurement point. It’s designed specifically for water and wastewater applications in full pipes. The all-digital AquaTrans AT600 has no moving parts and requires minimal maintenance.


  • In this e-book, learn how Panametrics technology is providing solutions for a variety of wastewater operation challenges, from measuring wastewater flow in iron pipes to tracking potable water leaks.


Panametrics, a Baker Hughes business

1100 Technology Park Drive

Billerica, MA 01821


Contact: Ana Chapa



  • Watch our on-demand webinar to learn how to achieve reliable and accurate measurements on your water and wastewater operations. Panametrics’ flow meters and process analyzers can help your water treatment facility get the most out of challenging operations through innovative technology. Our goal is to help water and wastewater operators optimize profitability by preventing downtime and improving efficiency.

  • Each year, livestock produces billions of tons of waste and is estimated to reach at least 5 billion tons per year by 2030. The USA processes approximately 34 billion gallons of wastewater every day. Wastewater treatment plants produce biomethane by produce biogas.


  • Flow, pressure, and temperature are the most important units of measurement when monitoring or controlling fluids in pipes. They are early indicators for problems that can have major implications for the overall business.