Month: February 2019

Maintenance and Installation Tips for Your H-Flume

When it comes to open channel flow management devices, there’s almost no beating an H-flume. You can install an H-flume in any number of applications and know that you’ll get accurate readings that lead to consistent success. If you’re interested in using an H-flume in your operation, then you want to be sure that you’re …

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How to Handle, Install, and Protect Your Cutthroat Flume

Cutthroat flumes are modified versions of the consistently popular Parshall flume, and they are an excellent primary flow management device for many operations. Because a flume is such a big investment, you want to be certain that you’re using your device the right way and that you’re doing everything you can to make it last …

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Tips for Maintaining Your Trapezoidal Flume

When it comes to measuring flow in outdoor applications, there’s almost no better choice than a trapezoidal flume. With these flumes, you’ll have the ability to measure flow in several different outdoor settings, including irrigation canals, streams, and ditches. Like any device, however, your flume will need periodic maintenance to make sure that it always …

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What is The Best Way to Condition Flow in Flumes

If you want to effectively use a flume for flow management and measurement, it’s important that the flow entering your flume is properly conditioned. Poorly conditioned flow can massively interfere with your readings and the overall success of your operation. Fortunately, several different devices are available that can help you condition flow so that your …

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