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Martin Control Services Improves Performance with Hach

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Based in Farmington Hills, Michigan, Martin Control Services has provided its Michigan, Indiana, and Ohio customers water, storm water, and wastewater system flow meter installation, operation, calibration, and preventive maintenance for more than two decades.

The data obtained by Martin Control Services allows its customers to make important decisions based on accurate data. These customers include public utilities, governments, industrial facilities, and more. With numerous years of experience in flow monitoring, Martin Control Services is well aware that flexibility is necessary to effectively handle flow challenges as they arise. Because of this, they maintain a fleet of flow meters to address virtually any application, including the Sigma 910, 920, 940, and 950 flow meters.

Martin Control Services has since made the transition to Hach FL900 Series Flow Loggers thanks to the advanced diagnostics that allow time saving features such as flow meter performance verification and dynamic logging that improves the delivery of better resolution flow data during high flow periods. The plug and play feature of the FL900 also assists greatly in reducing inventory costs.

The Avanti Company provides Leak detection products such as 64 seconds and RedZone, Flow Meters and Metering Systems products including water meters and Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) to maximize and better utilize the data coming into your Utility.  Call 1-800-284-5231 for additional information on water and wastewater system products like McCrometer or visit our website at www.avanticompany.com to learn more about the services we provide including on-site flow meter testing, sewer flow monitoring, and metering system support.

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