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As one of the world’s leaders in industry automation and an experienced provider of integrated technologies, we offer products and systems tailored to the requirements of the water and wastewater industry.

The Process Industries and Drives Division can support you in continuously improving the reliability, safety, and efficiency of your products, processes and plants. We can thus help you measurably increase your productivity and improve your time-to-market – with innovative, integrated technology across the entire lifecycle.

 
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Flow Measurement For Every Application

 

The Cost Of Water: Leak Detection, Economy Pumping And Dosing

 

Siemens Process Instrumentation Brochure

PRODUCTS

The HydroRanger 200 gives you unparalleled ease of use, setup in under a minute, customer-driven features, and PROFIBUS DPV1- all to make your work simpler and to provide the reliability you have grown to trust in Siemens ultrasonic controllers.

Positioners are essential to the smooth and reliable operation of your process. They play a vital role in ensuring the best possible performance throughout your plant. A great example is our new electropneumatic positioner, the SIPART PS100. Its ease and speed of initialization make it a winner for valve manufacturers, the chemical industry, the energy sector, and many other fields. Special benefits of the SIPART PS100 include robust construction and ease of operation.

Efficiently service and maintain intelligent field devices
Field devices are the eyes and ears of automation. The failure of a valve positioner, temperature, flow or pressure sensor can quickly lead to serious malfunction of the process. With SIMATIC PDM Maintenance Station V3.0, Siemens offers the right solution for efficiently monitoring the condition of smart field devices, irrespective of the automation and control systems used

Wastewater treatment process technologies continue to improve. To take advantage of their full potential, they require process measurement and control as robust and longlasting as they are. Our cost-effective process instrumentation gives you the reliability, seamless integration and automation you need to deliver the best treatment efficiency, optimized energy consumption and safe processes, whether you are modernizing existing treatment plants or developing new ones.

Interchangeable sensors and transmitters provide ideal flexibility for flow measurement.

The SITRANS FS230 digital clamp-on ultrasonic flow meter is a process-optimizing solution for measuring flow in virtually any liquid application. Designed to provide both exceptional performance and outstanding cost savings, the FS230 is an ideal fit for many industries requiring high-quality liquid flow measurement.

Coriolis mass flow meter systems, sensors, and transmitters utilize the latest technology for high performance.

Our SITRANS P transmitters stand for measurement precision, ruggedness and maximum user-friendliness. And of course, when it comes to international approvals or industry standards, our measuring devices reliably meet the demands of the increasingly complex tasks found in the process industry.

SITRANS T temperature measurement devices can be connected to many different thermocouples and resistance thermometers, as well as mV and resistance sensors. The SITRANS T temperature transmitters are available as intrinsically safe, explosion proof and non-sparking versions and also as non-hazardous.

Supplying drinking water to the population and treating wastewater are two very important global challenges. On a daily basis, system planners, designers and operators are required to keep the global increase in water consumption under control in the face of growing water shortages and the salination of fresh water resources. As industry experts for water applications, we offer powerful, innovative technical solutions to assist you.

For more than 30 years, Siemens valve positioners have provided safe, uninterrupted performance for process industries worldwide. Our valve positioners control a broad range of pneumatic actuated rotary and linear valves and specialty tasks like damper drives with absolute reliability. Siemens positioners meet changing market needs and expectations.

Siemens Process Instrumentation Service group provides a highly-skilled staff of competent, trained engineers and specialists to provide service and support.

CONTACT INFORMATION

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FEATURED ARTICLES

  • Reducing Valve Operation Costs With Smart Valve Positioners

    Control valves are critical components in almost every process, and one of the most expensive. Between the compressed air driving your pneumatic actuators and the regular maintenance on the valve assemblies themselves, many factors contribute to the continual costs of keeping your process up and running.

  • Taking Liquid And Gas Hydrocarbon Flow Measurement To A New Level Of Performance

    Martin Dingman of Siemens Process Instrumentation will discuss the new FS230 clamp-on ultrasonic meters for liquid and gas hydrocarbon flow measurement. Topics to be covered are theory of operation, innovative features and benefits, liquid and gas hydrocarbon applications, installation tips and tricks, and selection criteria.

  • External Or Internal Flow Meter Verification – An Independent Review

    To increase the reliability of field devices, some manufacturers equip instruments with internal verification functions based on integrated hardware components. Procedures for the internal testing of devices are not new to the market, but rather a standard feature – at least for MID (European Measuring Instrument Directive) devices. This article looks at the advantages and disadvantages of advanced integrated verification functions for electromagnetic (MAG) flow meters with advanced integrated verification functions compared to external verification.

  • Ultrasonic And Radar Level Technologies: Bringing Clarity To The Water And Wastewater Market

    If your head spins after reading how amazing one level measurement technology is in comparison to another, understanding the key attributes of these technologies and their applicability to specific processes may help to clear the waters.

  • Hydro-Electric Power Station Benefits From The Use Of Siemens Flow Meters

    Pumped storage hydro-electric power is a method of producing electricity to supply high peak power demands by moving water between water reservoirs at different elevations. At times of low electrical demand, excess generation capacity is used to pump water back into the higher reservoir. When there is higher demand, water is released back into the lower reservoir through a turbine. Pumped-storage schemes currently provide the most commercially important means of large-scale grid energy storage. Such systems greatly improve the daily capacity factor of power generating systems though out the world.

  • Clamp-On Flow Meters From Siemens Help To Regulate Outflow From A Dam

    A utility company in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States needed to regulate the outflow of a large dam built in the 1930s. The outflow of the dam feeds a river into which the state government wanted to reintroduce a salmon run. Because of this, the utility company would need to comply with some very restrictive limits on how quickly they could change the level of the river. They were now required to account for all water flowing downhill from the dam.

  • Power-Gen Efficiency Boosted By Clamp-On Flow Meters

    When an energy storage facility in New York, USA was looking for a way to improve the efficiency of their power generating turbines they did not have many options to choose from. Because of the sheer size, the space limitations and performance requirements of the application, the only option was to install a SITRANS FS230 clamp-on ultrasonic flow meter from Siemens. 

  • Water Authority Uses Clamp-On Ultrasonic Flow Meters To Avoid Peak Limit Surcharges

    A suburban township in the upper Midwest United States buys their drinking water from a major municipal water district. The township’s water distribution system network has four connections to the larger municipality’s water transmission main. The municipality has many wholesale customers and has implemented contracts with each customer to limit the peak flows and the time of day in which they may occur. If a customer exceeds the limit, they are assessed significant surcharges.

  • Remote Monitoring And Maintenance Through Digitalization

    Siemens offers to our customers the ability to make both process measurements, and to remotely monitor the activity and health of instrumentation, whether you have a SCADA, PLC or DCS system, or not. By utilizing Siemens’ ability to offer unparalleled flow, level, pressure, temperature, and weight measurement we can provide a broad range of process measurements and offer unequaled monitoring of the health and performance of those products.

  • The Benefits Of Digitalization And Remote Monitoring In Water Treatment And Distribution

    Your water treatment facilities and water distribution networks are a complex set of interlocking steps that should include making the measurement, protecting that information in the cloud, and then putting it in the hands of key personnel, regardless of where they may be. This is the challenge of the 21st century — extracting needed information and getting it to the right people. This is where digitalization comes in.

  • Improve Your Plant Efficiency With Accurate Water And Wastewater Monitoring

    A West Coast wastewater management facility provides design, management, and maintenance of the sanitary sewer system for an entire county, including the conveyance system and treatment system. The wastewater treatment plant has been established for over 50 years and has the capacity to treat 41 million gallons of sanitary sewage per day (mgd).value chain. Siemens suggested that the customer try the Siemens HydroRanger 200 controller. The HydroRanger 200 uses proven, continuous, ultrasonic echo ranging technology to monitor water and wastewater of any consistency up to 15 m (50 ft) in depth.

  • Siemens Process Automation Brings Customers Closer To The Digital Future With New Technology Showcase And Demo Center

    Siemens Process Automation is proud to announce the opening of a state-of-the-art technology showcase and demonstration center in the greater Philadelphia area, offering customers in the process industries a chance to experience the future of industrial operations up close, hands-on and all under one roof.

  • Improved Intelligence For Better Control

    The water and wastewater industry has been dominated by automation based on programmable logic controllers working in tandem with SCADA. However, newer systems that better blend those aspects provide improved intelligence. As a result, plant operators aren’t required to maintain a separate engineering station to control strategy as well as the HMI.

  • The Role Of Digitalization In Today's Treatment Plants

    The best systems are ones that are not just effective by design; importantly, they are employed to optimal effect. When it comes to treatment plant instrumentation and automation, it's essential that the volumes of data collected throughout the treatment process are easily understood and acted upon. In this video, Jack Roushey, Marketing Manager for the Flow Division of Siemens Process Instrumentation, talks about how Siemens addresses these challenges through their portfolio of process measurement and analytics systems. He discusses the advantages of digitalization, including digital twin technology, and how smart instruments can be leveraged to solve some of the industry's highest-level concerns, such as water quality and resiliency, while making it more simple than ever for operators.

  • Digital Monitoring Part 1 – Making The Measurements

    Siemens provides the full spectrum of process measurement instrumentation for the water and wastewater industries and lays the foundation for seamless integration into the Digital world and remote monitoring.

  • Digital Monitoring Part 2 – Moving Process Information Into A Digital Platform

    How Siemens can move information from smart instrumentation to a Digital Cloud based format for protection of data.  In addition Siemens can model an entire plant through a digital twin to allow what-if analysis of the facility that can not be simulated in the world.  The cloud also allows for access of information through remote monitoring.

  • Digital Monitoring Part 3 – Remote Monitoring Of Key Process Measurement And Instrument Health

    Siemens SmartMonitoring Apps can be custom designed to provide each customer information at their smartphone, tablet or PC that shows the critical data and instrument diagnostics needed to protect their processes and investments.

  • Water Metering Supports Sustainable Water Management Solutions

    The term “carbon footprint” has been on everyone’s lips since the start of the climate change discussion. Very few industries can claim that they play no part in impacting the carbon footprint — either for good or bad. This is also true for the water and wastewater industry that will have to take a closer look at increasing the efficiency of their facilities to reduce their carbon footprint.

  • How Ultrasonic Sensor Technology Can Increase Processing Plant Efficiency

    In today’s competitive business environment, which focuses on increased throughput, economies of scale and a healthy bottom line, accurate and reliable measurement is a key component. Monitoring production processes by installing a wide range of sensors including flow, level, temperature, and pressure is common and crucial to be competitive. Although there are many reasons why plant managers decide to install monitoring devices in their process, environmental and regulatory reasons dominate one side of the spectrum, whereas quality, process control and monitoring govern the other.

  • Siemens Extends Its Positioner Portfolio With Sipart PS100

    With the Sipart PS100, Siemens is presenting a new positioner that is impressively easy to commission and highly robust. The Sipart PS100 can be initialized quickly at the touch of a button, automatically adjusting itself to the attached valve. If required, it is possible to optimize the positioner for a specific application with just one further touch of a button. Just as some cameras feature portrait, sport or night mode, the positioner can be set to different modes for precise and fast adjustment, open/close operation and other applications. These functionalities save time, cut the costs of commissioning, and increase the return on investment.

  • Cost Of Water - Private Wireless Networks vs. Cellular Connectivity For W/WW SCADA Communications

    One of the biggest costs in a water treatment facility is an overlooked one - the communications network.  Options include monthly cellular plans or building out your own network. 

  • How Digitalization Can Boost Natural Disaster Resiliency In Municipal Water And Sewerage Treatment

    Digitalization of the municipal water treatment industry is fragmented today, with instrumentation, control, and automation technologies mixed with manual operational activities. Such infrastructures can be detrimental in cases of hydro-geological events, such as severe storms and earthquakes. The good news: When natural disasters strike, digitalization can help get municipal water treatment back online quickly and effectively.

  • How Do You Build A Resilient Water Infrastructure?

    Resiliency of water service is becoming increasingly difficult to achieve with an aging infrastructure, rapid population growth and a lack of resources. However, these challenges can be overcome through digital enhancements delivering more efficient processes and preservation of supply. 

  • Siemens Announces The Release Of The Latest Version Of SIMATIC PDM Maintenance Station Version 3.0

    With SIMATIC PDM Maintenance Station V3.0, Siemens offers an optimal tool for efficiently monitoring the condition of smart field devices, irrespective of the automation or control systems used. SIMATIC PDM is a universal, non‐proprietary tool for the configuration, parameterization, commissioning and monitoring of smart field devices. The maintenance station is based on the SIMATIC DCS PCS 7 maintenance system but is now available as a standalone system. MS can run independently of the both the customers’ automation control projects as well as with complete autonomy from the PLC/DCS process control systems being used.

  • HVAC Efficiency – The Benefits Of Optimizing Your Heating And Cooling

    There has been no shortage of studies, discussions and debates surrounding the concept of energy efficiency over the past 40 years. Scientific studies suggest a relationship between greenhouse gas emissions and global climate change, strengthening the belief that human activity was harming the environment.

  • Coriolis Installation At Brewery Indicates Bright Future For SITRANS FC330

    A global beverage company produces, markets, sells and distributes a variety of beverages including beer, malt, soft drinks, fruit juices and mineral water. The brewery has utilized several types of SITRANS F flowmeters from Siemens to regulate all aspects of the brewing process for more than a decade, including SITRANS F C Coriolis meters to monitor the sugar concentration in wort prior to fermentation.

  • Drilling Fluid Producer Discovers The Coriolis Advantage

    Drilling fluid is critical for successful oil extraction. Typically made up of water, clay and a complex mix of chemicals, it supports the drilling process in a variety of ways — from lubricating and cooling the drill bit under high-temperature and high-pressure conditions, to lifting drill cuttings to the surface, to maintaining oil well stability and safety. But drilling fluid is not a “one size fits all” solution. To work properly, the fluid must be optimized for the unique geographic conditions of individual well sites.

  • Coriolis Flow Added To Textile Mill Leads To Improved Quality And Reduced Costs

    A carpet manufacturer in Belgium produces 23,920 sq. yds of tufted carpet every day. To increase the flexibility of its machines and reduce costs, the company decided to stop manufacturing its dyes in batches and switch to a continuous process using an inline mixer that produces the right color instantly. Read more to learn how this was accomplished with the help of the SITRANS FC410 mass flow meter.

  • Enhancing HVAC Performance: Siemens Clamp-On Flow Meters Chosen For NYC Building Complex

    A commercial real estate corporation that owns, develops and operates premier properties in major North American cities was one of the earliest companies to recognize the benefit of individually metering tenants for their utility usage. When designing a prestigious building complex in New York City, the company sought a flow meter that would facilitate this task. After careful consideration of several options, the choice became clear: clamp-on ultrasonic flow technology from Siemens.

  • Saving Energy And Enhancing Environmental Sustainability At A Top University In Asia

    At one of the most prestigious universities in Asia, the main campus comprises a large number of buildings clustered within an area less than 2 km2 (1.2 mi2). Because the university was built more than a century ago, many facilities on the campus were never fitted with the proper instrumentation for energy measurement, making it difficult or impossible to monitor the performance of most HVAC systems, including the cooling system.

  • Field Test Turns Clamp-On Ultrasonic Skeptics Into Believers

    After having been reluctant of using clamp-on ultrasonic flow meters for energy measurement in cogeneration plants in large residential and commercial buildings, a U.S.-based engineering firm was convinced by the clamp-on meter’s strengths.

  • Clamp-On Ultrasonic Flowmeters: How They Measure Up

    Not cool enough in summer. Not warm enough in winter. Guests staying at a prestigious country club in New York state complained regularly about the air conditioning and heating of their luxury suites and apartments. The geothermal heat exchange system serving this facility had never, in fact, been fully functional.

  • Tank Monitoring Challenges Solved With Radar Level Transmitters

    An electrical contractor in the Upper Midwest United States provides oilfield tank monitoring for several oil companies. They supply level measurement and control in nearly 400 barrel tanks containing crude oil and/or produced salt water.

  • Big Data Problem Solved With Magnetic Flow Meter Technology

    SUEZ operates regulated water systems in eight states, and provides contract services to over five million people. SUEZ operates several water systems in the suburbs of New York City including SUEZ New Rochelle and SUEZ Westchester in Westchester County, New York.

  • What Are The Hidden Costs Of Water?

    There are a variety of costs that are easy to overlook in water treatment. But as Herman Coello, Products Manager for SIEMENS Process Instrumentation, explains in this Water Online video, accurately measuring your flow and treatment parameters can reduce them all. Much-overlooked expenses such as pumping inefficiencies and chemical overdosing can all be reduced to save operating expense.

  • Save On Operating Costs With Improved Dosing Techniques

    A plant processing 26,417,205 gallons of wastewater a day can have difficulty determining exact measurements of chemical closing in water. While costs differ in several cases, a plant this size can save up to 6%, or $21,000, of annual costs. Find out what inefficient dosing is costing you via our third webinar in the Cost of Water series.

  • 3 Dirty Little Secrets About Coriolis Flowmeters

    Ever since Coriolis flow measurement technology achieved mainstream appeal, industry has been fervently striving to take advantage of its benefits. And while Coriolis is clearly a highly advantageous solution for many crucial flow measurement applications, it is not without flaw.

  • From The 1970s To Today – 4 Key Advances In Coriolis Flow Measurement

    Since the first Coriolis flow sensors were introduced to the marketplace in the 1970s, the technology has evolved considerably. As the installed base for Coriolis grew, the sensors were being called upon to deliver data in environments with increasing levels of complexity. This meant that Coriolis sensors had to adapt and conform to a dizzying array of ever-changing installation requirements, process conditions, communication formats, and configuration parameters. The following article highlights four key advances in Coriolis flow measurement’s journey from the 1970s to today.

  • The Past, Present, And Future Of Fracking

    There is no doubt that the practice of hydraulic fracturing, also known as fracking, has completely changed the oil and gas landscape in recent history. There is also no doubt that this is a highly technical process.

  • 2 Applications That Triggered The Rise Of Coriolis Flow Measurement

    Coriolis measurement has been adopted as a default technology in many application scenarios due to its high accuracy and immunity to process variables (temperature, pressure and flow profile). However, Coriolis wasn't always widely accepted. Two applications, in particular, helped what was once a nascent flow measurement technology gain a foothold in the marketplace.

  • Siemens Reveals 3 Key Factors For Water Quality

    Jack Roushey, product manager for instrumentation at Siemens, gives his take on trends in the water industry, including the three most important factors for ensuring a quality end product — safety, performance, and reliability within your process measurement and control regime. Talking to Water Online's Kevin Westerling, Roushey illuminates the impact of these important parameters with a discussion on lead in drinking water, which has recently caused contamination events, regulatory scrutiny, and a mandate for improved process control.

  • Ultrasonic vs. Radar In The Water Industry

    In recent years, the debate about which technology is best suited for level monitoring and open channel monitoring (OCM) applications has taken some traction. There are those who argue that ultrasonic level technology has been uncontested as the standard for level and OCM applications in the water industry. The counter-argument is that radar technology is more effective because it is more robust and accurate than ultrasonic technology. 

  • SITRANS FS230 Video Installation Guide

    The FS230 simplifies and optimizes your day-to-day operation with an unparalleled data update rate, superior user-friendliness and a leading variety of options for customization, securing the highest measurement quality at the lowest cost. Watch the video demonstration for an explanation of the three simple steps of installation.

  • SITRANS F S: Digitize Your Productivity

    Digital innovation. Unmatched noise immunity. The Siemens ultrasonic flowmeter solution, best-in-class performance and day-to-day operation for all liquids and pipe sizes. Watch the video for an overview of the SITRANS F S ultrasonic flowmeter product family.

  • Using Magmeters In Zero Upstream And Zero Downstream Applications

    Jack Roushey, Product Manager for Siemens electromagnetic flowmeters, presents on how to use magmeters in zero upstream and zero downstream applications. Based on their demonstrated ability to perform in non-ideal conditions, the SITRANS F M MAG 5100W and MAG 8000 electromagnetic sensors from Siemens have received approval for 2% accuracy custody transfer (MI-001) and non-custody transfer applications for installation with zero diameter upstream pipe and zero diameter downstream straight run pipe from the sensor.

  • Worry-Free Water Metering With Advanced Electromagnetic Technology

    Accurate measurement of water consumption across a large metropolitan area is no easy task, but for a water company it can mean the difference between profitability and throwing money down the drain. That’s why City West Water, a major water supplier to residential, commercial and industrial sites in and around the city of Melbourne, Australia, has been working with Siemens for more than a decade to install SITRANS F M MAG 8000 electromagnetic water meters at high-consumption sites and in fire service applications.

  • Meters Monitor Flow And Provide Pump Protection

    A Municipal Water Plant in the Southeast United States treats and supplies potable water to a large metropolitan area. Part of the process requires accurate flow measurement of the water from individual pumps to the main distribution system. Part of the process requires accurate flow measurement of the water from individual pumps to the main distribution system.

  • Meet The Enhanced HydroRanger 200 – Easier To Use, Easier To Set Up

    For several decades, Siemens has been at the forefront when it comes to level monitoring and along the way, the HydroRanger has truly proven itself in hundreds of thousands of applications common in the water and waste water treatment process.

  • Siemens Launches Zimpro Electro-Oxidation Technology For Spent Caustic Treatment

    Based on experience and knowledge gained from application of the highly-effective Zimpro® wet air oxidation (WAO) technology, Siemens has developed an electro-oxidation process to address the needs of refinery and petrochemical spent caustic treatment.

  • A Better Method For Treating Spent Caustic

    When refineries generate caustic, they run the risk of hurting the environment or local wastewater treatment plants unless it is treated properly. Of course, doing so is not as easy as it sounds. While many operations treat caustic through biological methods and run into obstacles, Siemens offers an alternative method. Oil and Gas Online spoke with Mark Clark about the properties of spent caustic, the problems inherent in biological treatment, and their way forward.

  • Life Cycle Management For Oil And Gas Water Treatment Solutions

    Smart technologies and connectivity just about everywhere have enabled Siemens Water Solutions to offer comprehensive Life Cycle Management to oil and gas customers worldwide, helping ensure that water treatment facilities are always optimized and available, for decades of safe, dependable use.

  • Siemens Announces Cost Of Compressed Air Webinar

    Do you know the true cost of air in your plant?

  • SIPART PS2 Digital Positioner Used On Feedwater Valve

    A large power producer in the Northeast U.S. has a four unit power generation plant that operates on demand, based upon bid price to the area ISO. Plant efficiency and speed of response is crucial.

  • Dependability Under Pressure - SITRANS P

    Every process, every infrastructure and every environmental condition brings with it specific requirements. That’s why we provide you a complete device family with SITRANS P pressure transmitters featuring a range of performance levels, load capacities and materials.

  • The Use Of Walnut Shell Filtration With Enhanced Synthetic Media For The Reduction And/Or Elimination Of Upstream Produced Water Treatment Equipment

    Researchers set out to find a substitute for black walnut shells for oil/water separation due in part to the seasonal availability of black walnuts shells. Additionally, a media with improved performance was needed.

  • Flow Meter Ensures A Smooth Running Recovery Process At Bakery Production Plant

    Employing roughly 5,000 workers in 12 countries, Vandemoortele bakery and production plant owes its success to high standards of quality, innovative production technologies, and a flair for finding economic alternatives. The latest example is the SITRANS FC430 Coriolis flow meter.

  • Local Support Saves Time And Money

    At a water treatment plant that provides drinking water for distribution to a large area of customers, a contractor decided to switch to SITRANS FM MAG 5100W flowmeters. A local representative saved a the contractor time and money by recognizing the need for the magmeter to be isolated from the piping protection before startup, which also saved the customer from added downtime.

  • Pacing A Hydrocarbon Sampler With No Plant Downtime

    An oil refinery in the Southwest United States needed to sample diesel flow during shipment to ensure that the product characteristics were uniform throughout the batch. A local hydrocarbon sampler company provided a pressurized sampler. However, a flowmeter would also be necessary to pace the taking of the diesel sample with the flow.

  • Clamp-On Flowmeters Increase Gas Pipeline Performance

    Thanks to the WideBeam ultrasonic transit-time measurement principle and 100 Hz data update rate developed by Siemens, the SITRANS FS230 clamp-on ultrasonic gas flow meter tolerates most wet gas conditions. Most competing meters would be incapable of operation in such challenging environments, but the SITRANS FS230 can perform accurately even when moisture is present. WideBeam technology provides accuracy and reliability in numerous field installations around the world.

  • Excellence In Flow Calibration

    As a pioneer in flow measurement, Siemens designs their calibration rigs based on decades of experience. They take pride in wet-calibrating every single flow meter according to the highest confidence level. Siemens offers calibration for standard & custody transfer applications, re-calibration, and validation.