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McCrometer’s 12 Days of Discounts!

McCrometer’s 12 Days of Discounts!

McCrometer is excited to announce the 12 Days of Discounts! From December 8th – December 23rd, we’ll be announcing daily deals on social media and via email. Place your order while each offers lasts, because they’re one day only! To order, email orders@mccrometer.com...

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McCrometer Service: FPI Pipe ID Measurement for the FPI Mag

McCrometer Service: FPI Pipe ID Measurement for the FPI Mag

While it’s true that McCrometer’s Technical Support and Service Department typically assists customers after the point of purchase, there also happens to be several services offered prior to the meter being manufactured. The FPI Mag, McCrometer’s full profile...

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McCrometer Insertion-Style Mag Meters: A Comparison

McCrometer Insertion-Style Mag Meters: A Comparison

McCrometer offers four insertion-style electromagnetic (mag) meters, which have similar designs and product names. If you’re interested in an insertion mag meter, or are comparing them to traditional full-bore mag meters, here’s what you need to know in order to...

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McMag 2000 vs. McMag 3000: What’s the Difference?

McMag 2000 vs. McMag 3000: What’s the Difference?

We’ll let you in on a secret – the difference is more than just a number! The names may be similar, but each meter has a unique construction and design, different product specs, and value-rich features that different customers favor. The Mag Meter Tech Specs Despite...

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Stay Grounded: Avoiding Mag Meter Mishaps

Stay Grounded: Avoiding Mag Meter Mishaps

Electromagnetic (mag) meters are a desirable metering choice for their incredible accuracy and low to no maintenance required over its lifespan. Operating with no moving parts, the appeal is high – however, the ability to troubleshoot in-field is challenging and...

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V-Cone® for Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR): Gas Lift Applications

On the production end of the oil and gas industry, gas lift techniques are often used to draw oil to the surface in enhanced oil recovery processes. The gas lift may be intermittent or continuous, and involves high-pressure gas being pumped into wells to stimulate...

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