Month: April 2017

Mounting Pressure Transducers in Fiberglass Flumes

In a water management operation, one of the most important tasks is measuring the water level within your system. While there are many effective water measuring tools, the most popular choice is a probe transducer. Probe transducers can effectively measure the water level in your operation and increase your overall success. However, like most flow …

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How to Use an Automatic Sampler with Flumes and Weirs

The primary task for the majority of water management operations is measuring both the flow rate and flow level within their system. However, for certain operations, there is also the need to take water sample for quality analysis, and if your operation needs to frequently take water samples, there is almost no better tool than …

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What are some Replacement Floors for Fiberglass Flumes?

When you install a flume in your water management system, you hope that the installation is successful. However, unfortunately, sometimes a flume is installed incorrectly, which can affect the overall accuracy and your success. While most unsuccessful flume installation can be easily corrected by leveling your flume, those that involve a flume that have been …

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Top Measuring Piped Flows and Trapezoidal Flumes For Your Operation

In water management systems, there is no more important task than measuring flows. However, when the flows in your operation are mostly contained in pipes, measuring is more difficult than it might be otherwise. Fortunately, when you need to measure piped flows easily and effectively, you have the ability to use trapezoidal flumes. The unique …

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Addressing Submerged Flow in Parshall Flumes

Water operators across the country know that the most versatile, accurate flow measurement tool that you could use is a Parshall flume. Ideally, your Parshall flume will operate under free flow conditions. With free flow, there is only a single point of measurement, which both eases your operations and leads to more accurate readings. However, …

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