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The Avanti Company Receives the Partner in Excellence Award

The Avanti Company is exceptionally proud of the many esteemed manufacturers we work with, and we strive to build strong, long-term relationships with all of our partners. We are proud to say we were bestowed the 2018 Partner in Excellence Award by our partner McCrometer in recognition of our outstanding contributions and valued partnership! McCrometer … Continued

Elizabethton Simplifies Inspection with the SL-RAT

  The City of Elizabethton, Tennessee knows there is more to sustainability than simply having a robust infrastructure. The city’s Elizabethton Water Resources department is responsible for serving well over 25,000 customers across a 75-square-mile service area which comprises three water treatment plants and more than 250 miles of water distribution lines. Raw water is … Continued

McCrometer Saves the Day at Covanta Energy Corporation

Honolulu’s Covanta Energy Corporation faced a stubborn problem of having to accurately measure cooling tower blowdown water flowing at irregular intervals prior to reinjection into the facility’s caprock. This irregular flow resulted in foam and bubbles forming in the line, necessitating a better flow meter solution to ensure that the facility remained within its daily … Continued

The New FPI-X Represents the Cutting-Edge of Metering

One of the latest Flow Meter Products by McCrometer has been specially designed to address a common challenge faced by Utilities, Industrial Facilities, and other operations: obtaining accurate measurements amid flow disturbances. Thanks to its state-of-the-art Electromagnetic Dual Sensor, the new FPI-X ensures optimal precision in the most difficult conditions. Building upon McCrometer’s patented and … Continued

From The Blog

Ultrasonic Submeters at USC Eliminate Waste in Large Quantities

At USC University Park, new water submeters are being installed on several older buildings and cooling towers to detect leaks and promote sustainability, all with the hope that it will eliminate water waste at USC. These ultrasonic submeters will count every gallon, allowing those who oversee facilities to track data trends and detect potential leaks. … Continued