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The V-Cone and External Vibrations

The V-Cone and External Vibrations

Contrary to the popular Beach Boys song, vibrations aren’t always good – especially when they interfere with the functionality of your flow meter. In busy spaces where neighboring equipment gives off varying frequencies, having a flow meter that can mitigate...

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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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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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V-Cone vs. Orifice Plate: Similarities and Differences

V-Cone vs. Orifice Plate: Similarities and Differences

McCrometer invented the V-Cone® in 1985 and has set a standard for cone-style meters ever since. However, despite that innovation, orifice plates are a more widely implemented differential pressure (DP) flow meter, especially when considered by engineers for flow...

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V-Cone vs. Coriolis: A Comparison

V-Cone vs. Coriolis: A Comparison

When engineers seek out a meter for high accuracy measurement, two potential options emerge that differ in technology: the Coriolis and the V-Cone®. So how do these meters compare in application and specs? Let’s review. Differing Technologies for Flow Projects The...

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V-Cone vs. Venturi: A Comparison

V-Cone vs. Venturi: A Comparison

The “V” in V-Cone® is often mistaken to mean “Venturi-Cone,” however, this is not the case. The “V” represents the shape of the cone in the meter itself, designed to measure flow via the Bernoulli principle. Both the V-Cone and the Venturi are both differential...

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Flow Meters for Agriculture Applications: An Overview

Flow Meters for Agriculture Applications: An Overview

The changing regulatory environment has made flow meter implementation more popular in many agricultural and turf irrigation applications. Meters have gotten a negative reputation because historically, they’ve been implemented only when resources are limited, and...

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3 Contributing Factors to McCrometer’s Low Lead Times

McCrometer maintains low lead times during the current supply chain crisis when many manufacturers are encountering issues acquiring raw materials resulting in delayed shipments. The capability to manufacture and ship out flow meters in a timely manner is crucial for...

The UltraLiner™: McCrometer’s Fusion-Bonded Flow Meter Liner

Electromagnetic (mag) technology is highly accurate, is offered in a full bore and insertion style, and is a well-known option for metering. Mag meter technology offers significant convenience and value-added features for municipal, industrial, and even agriculture...

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