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Sour Service: A V-Cone Oil and Gas Application

Sour Service: A V-Cone Oil and Gas Application

If you’re in the oil and gas industry you’ve heard of sour service, a flow media composed of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) that is often found in natural gas, drilling, crude oil production, and even some wastewater applications. It’s also known for causing stress-induced...

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Calibrating Gas Meters in Water

Calibrating Gas Meters in Water

McCrometer’s V-Cone® flow meter, patented in 1985 and popular for industries such as oil and gas, offers the benefit of a calibration from the factory prior to shipping to the installation site. This calibration, testing the meter against the entire Reynolds range, is...

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3 Things You Didn’t Know about the V-Cone

3 Things You Didn’t Know about the V-Cone

You’ve seen our spec sheets. You’re familiar with our website. But how many fascinating stories of V-Cone® applications have you heard? We’re here to share 3 little known facts about the V-Cone, from our V-Cone Applications Engineering Manager. A Strong Solution One...

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V-Cone Material Construction: An Overview

V-Cone Material Construction: An Overview

The V-Cone® is one of McCrometer’s most versatile flow meters, in the ability to customize pressure taps, end connections, and most of all – material of construction. Often, the material construction varies from customer to customer based on the demands of the...

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V-Cone End Connections, Explained

V-Cone End Connections, Explained

Part of the V-Cone®’s appeal is its ability to be customized, including made-to-order end connections – a major benefit for engineers with a long list of specifications to meet and project goals to accomplish. We spoke to the McCrometer V-Cone engineers about the...

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Cladding vs. Weld Overlay: What’s the Deal?

Cladding vs. Weld Overlay: What’s the Deal?

We often hear the terms “cladding” and “weld overlay” used synonymously – and while the two terms are related, they do differ. We asked the engineering experts at McCrometer to weigh in on the similarities and differences between cladding and weld overlay, and here’s...

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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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