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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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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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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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Featured Posts

4 Reasons to Combine Telemetry with Flow Measurement

As the world's population continues to grow, food production must keep up with the increasing demand. The agriculture industry is constantly looking for ways to increase efficiency and output without sacrificing quality. One way to achieve this is by implementing...

3 Challenges of Ballast Water Flow Measurement

What is Ballast Water? In the marine industry, ballast water is intake water on board a ship to maintain its stability and balance during voyages. Seawater is pumped into ballast tanks when the ship is not carrying a full cargo or needs to adjust its weight...

3 Ways to Use Flow Data for Corporate Water Savings

Countless companies have published initiatives on water conservation and efficiency, often for compliance, financial benefits, and social responsibility. According to the EPA, water-related uses account for 19% of California's electricity, 30% of its natural gas and...

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