Month: June 2018

Why Stainless Steel Weir Plates Can Cost You in the Long Run

For many operations looking for a flow management device, the best option is a weir plate. With a weir plate, there are several important issues that need to be taken into account, including the material from which your weir plate is constructed. If cost is a concern, for instance, you may choose to have your …

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Your Options for Fiberglass Shelter Ventilation

If you have important equipment on your worksite that you want to protect as fully as possible, then your best option is to install a fiberglass shelter. With a fiberglass equipment shelter, you’ll be able to effectively protect your equipment and give your operators quick and easy access. Before you install your equipment shelter, however, …

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How Long-Throated Flumes Are Impacted by Sedimentation

Flumes come in a wide variety of styles, and certain flumes, such as the RBC and Palmer-Bowlus, come equipped with long-throated ramps. While this can be beneficial in some regards, long-throated ramps are also very much at risk from sedimentation, and as anyone in the flow management field knows, sedimentation can be disastrous for an …

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What to Know When Picking a Flume for Minimizing Build-Up

Depending on the nature of your water management operation, there may be several factors you need to consider, including the possibility of solid build-up. In certain applications, such as sanitary systems, solid materials in the flow can easily accumulate in the flume, causing blockages that your operators will need to address to keep your system …

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