Like most primary flow management devices, weir boxes are available with a variety of accessories that can improve their utility, including covers. Weir box covers come in several different styles, and while not every weir will need a cover, they can be an invaluable accessory, depending on the […]
While some flow management operations choose to install their primary device directly in channel, others will need to incorporate their device into a fiberglass manhole. Using a fiberglass manhole means having your flow management device, such as weir, in a contained environment where it will be safe from […]
In a flow management operation, it’s important that you choose the correct primary devices. Although many systems choose to install a weir or flume directly into a channel, you could also incorporate your device into a packaged metering manhole.
Turbulent flow can cause a big problem for water management operations. If the flow in your system is particularly turbulent, it can be virtually impossible to take the accurate measurements that you need. Fortunately, whether your system employs flumes or weirs, correcting the problem of turbulent flow can […]
When you’re looking for a flume for your water management system, one of the most important factors is picking an option that’s low maintenance. In this regard, there’s almost no better option than the H flume.
Because of their limited need for maintenance, H flumes are […]
Flumes come in a wide range of styles, meaning virtually every open channel flow operation can find a flume that meets its exact needs. If you’re looking for a flume to help with your flow management needs, the Cutthroat flume is an option you’ll want to learn more […]