The Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act is an opportunity for utilities to invest in metering opportunities, such as installing the FPI Mag to prevent water loss.
Slurry flow measurement can be challenging for plant managers and engineers. Factor in these project considerations and maximize your flow meter’s success.
McCrometer maintains low lead times during the current supply chain crisis when many manufacturers are encountering issues acquiring raw materials resulting in delayed shipments.
McCrometer flow experts review the FPI Mag and Ultra Mag, two Class 1, Division 2 mag meters, and the benefits that these C1D2 meters bring to hazardous location flow applications.
McCrometer discusses their solution to common flow problems such as tearing and delamination – a proprietary fusion-bonded epoxy, the revolutionary UltraLiner™.
Farmers and irrigators can benefit from flow meters, their data, and the potential savings to be had by installing the right meter. Different meters benefit both low flow and high flow applications in varying irrigation methods.
McCrometer recounts a large metering project with the Central Colorado Water Conservancy District, which implemented McPropeller meters and a custom telemetry solution to meet metering requirements.
McCrometer provides an overview of the McMag2000, its benefits to irrigators, and upcoming feature improvements in this exclusive Irrigation Leader interview.
McCrometer provides an overview of the Drinking Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Act of 2021 and what it means for flow metering technology.
McCrometer reviews the benefits of the V-Cone flow meter for gas lift applications in enhanced oil recovery (EOR).
Water Applications in the Oil and Gas Industry The oil and gas industry has some of the harshest, most corrosive flow media a meter can measure; crude oil, slurries, hydrogen sulfide (sour gas), and more. These applications demand a durable meter to measure and report...
What is the SGMA? Passed in 2014, the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) outlines a framework for California’s conservation of water resources. Prior to this time, California had no laws or guidelines pertaining to groundwater or irrigation management;...
What is dewatering? Dewatering is any removal of water from a pit, underground utility, foundation, or substructure, and can be found in industries like mining, mineral processing, municipal wastewater, and construction. It’s often done to improve the ground quality,...
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