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The Hach Flo Tote 3 Offers Superb Sewer Flow Monitoring

The Flo Tote 3  submerged area velocity flow meter by leading manufacturer Hach is one of the most trusted and dependable wastewater meters on the market. Its advanced, electromagnetic sensor is capable of measuring both velocity and depth in the same cross-section, thereby providing accurate measurements that have been extensively verified in both state-of-the-art labs and actual sewer conditions.

Aside from its supreme accuracy, the Flo Tote 3 has many other benefits and advantages. Its innovative design also makes it safe and easy to install in even the most confined spaces. Its field replaceable sensor can easily be disconnected and changed for easy maintenance. The meter’s cutting-edge grease repelling electrodes can tolerate the toughest water contaminants, giving you reliable data collection even in the most demanding environments.

Thanks to its versatile design, durable construction, and advanced sensor technology, the Hach Flo Tote 3 has a numerous applications. It’s ideal for wastewater sewers of all shapes, as well as storm sewers, rivers, and other open channels of water. It’s great for inflow/infiltration studies, modeling and sewer system evaluation, determining EPA permitting requirements, overflow monitoring, and much more.

Furthermore, like all products sold by the Avanti Company, the Hach Flo Tote 3 comes with first-rate customer service and technical support, which includes testing, calibration, repair, and any other solutions we can offer.

If you’d like to learn more about this and Flow Meter Products we carry, call 800-284-5231 or email info@avanticompany.com.

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