Month: October 2016

Short Throated vs. Long Throated Flumes

For water management systems across the country, there is no more useful tool for managing flow and taking measurements than flumes. Although there are many different styles of flumes available, they generally fall into one of two categories: short throated and long throated. Both of these flume designations have their strengths and weakness, meaning you …

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Increase Operator Success with Packaged Metering Manholes

Operators in a water management system have several important tasks that they must complete on a daily basis, making it crucial that you give your operators the tools they need for success. While there are numerous tools you could use to maximize your operator’s productivity, the one you should give the most consideration is a …

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Can You Increase Measurement Accuracy with Flow Meter Bubbler Tubes?

Operating an open channel water management system relies on one factor more than anything else: accurate measurements. Without accuracy, your operation cannot function, which means you need the right tools at your disposal. Although there are a number of excellent water management tools, the one that will provide you the highest level of accuracy and …

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Where To Install Your Measurement Device

For certain water management operations, measuring and sampling flow discharge is a must. However, the problem comes when trying to find the right place to install your measuring device. In many operation, space is at an absolute premium, limiting the sites where measuring devices can be successfully installed. Fortunately, after looking at the facts, there …

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