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McCrometer’s V-Cone Meets New ISO Standards

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The ISO 5167-5 is a relatively new standard aimed at cone meters designed to specify the geometry and how to properly install and operate cone meters when they are implemented in a conduit running full to determine the flow rate of the fluid flowing in the conduit. This standard can also provide useful information for calculating flow rate.

McCrometer’s V-Cone Flow Meter is one of the latest companies to fully conform to the new ISO 5167-5 standard. This Flow Meter is perfect for use with liquid, gas, or steam media in conditions that may be rugged but require the utmost accuracy and little maintenance. It is particularly useful in installations that are considered a tight-fit or retrofit. The V-Cone provides exceptional accuracy to +/- 0.5% and requires very little straight pipe. It does not need to be recalibrated and provides a wide flow range plus Flow Meter repeatability to +/- 0.1%. Because it acts as its own flow conditioner, the V-Cone can efficiently handle just about every flow condition, further improving its flexibility.

The Avanti Company, provides Flow Meters such as the McCrometer V-cone 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 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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