DRINKING WATER FLOW CONTROL AND MEASUREMENT RESOURCES

DRINKING WATER FLOW CONTROL AND MEASUREMENT SOLUTIONS

  • WATERFLUX 3050 Electromagnetic Flowmeter

    The WATERFLUX 3050 is an electromagnetic flowmeter (EMF) for basic water applications. It offers cost-effective flow measurement in applications where extremely high accuracy, extensive diagnostics or a wide range of digital communication options are not a priority. Its measuring tube with a rectangular and reduced cross-section enables a stable measurement even at low flow rates. Due to the optimized flow profile, the meter is practically independent of interferences from the installation environment. It can be installed virtually anywhere without straight inlet or outlet runs – behind pipe bends, slide valves or a reduction in the pipe.

  • Polaris™ MA1 Electromagnetic Flow Meter

    The Polaris™ MA1 is the first liquid flow meter offered by Magnetrol®, expanding the already diverse level and flow measurement portfolio that has been established over the last 80 years.

  • FlowConnect

    FlowConnect is a built-in solution for collecting and transmitting flow data from McCrometer’s Mc Propeller and Water Specialties Propeller meters, automating data collection to provide accurate and reliable information for water resource management.

  • Optimizing Brine Flow In A Geothermal Power Plant

    Different flow meter technologies were used in this geothermal power plant to monitor and measure brine. However, these traditional technologies failed. That’s where Panametrics PT900 Portable Ultrasonic Flowmeter was able to help.

  • Model R82 Pulse Burst Radar Transmitter

    The Magnetrol® Model R82 is an economical, loop-powered radar transmitter bringing radar to everyday applications.

DRINKING WATER FLOW CONTROL AND MEASUREMENT VIDEOS

This session will look at the example of a customer who thought they were having performance problems with their 10 year old flowmeter, what they discovered when they took the meter out of the pipeline, and how the upgrade to a transmitter with today’s built in features got them right back in business, confident that they could detect issues in the future before they impacted their facility’s performance.