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How a Vortex Flow Meter Works


Jul 25, 2018
Scott Rouse, Product Line Director
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Scott Rouse, Product Line Director

Vortex flow meters are increasingly becoming the flow technology of choice for gas, liquid, and steam flow measurement. Vortex flow meters are ideal for measuring saturated and supersaturated steam in large facilities to improve steam production efficiency and allocation. Volumetric water flow and high flow gas measurements are also strong applications for vortex flow meters. […]

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Part 2-Flow Energy Management Applications-Installation Tips & Tricks


May 03, 2018
Scott Rouse, Product Line Director
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Scott Rouse, Product Line Director

In part 1 of our Flow Energy Management series, we identified the 3 Killer Flow Energy Management Applications that will reduce energy costs: compressed air & natural gas measurement, steam production, distribution, and allocation, and water/BTU measurement. And we identified the best flow meters for each of these applications: thermal mass flow meters for gas, vortex […]

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Flow Energy Management: 3 Killer Apps To Lower Energy Costs


Apr 09, 2018
Scott Rouse, Product Line Director
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Scott Rouse, Product Line Director

More and more, buzz words like “flow energy” or “flow energy management” have become prevalent as companies grapple to control costs, reduce energy use, and comply with government regulations—all while trying to increase profitability. But what are flow energy and flow energy management? Why should you care? In this three-part series, we will: Explore what […]

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Reducing the Likelihood of Fluid Hammers In Steam Applications


Mar 22, 2018
Scott Rouse, Product Line Director
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Scott Rouse, Product Line Director

Many of us have heard the sound of pipes banging as we turn a faucet on or off. This sound is the water in the pipe being forced to stop or suddenly change direction and is called “water hammer.” Did you know that water hammer is not just limited to water pipes? In fact, water […]

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