Flow Meters & Metering Systems

Report – Hach Flow Flo-Dar Successfully Weathers Severe Storm Conditions

The Avanti Company strives to provide our valued customers with the most dependable metering solution on the market. That is why we are proud to carry the Flow Meter Products of Hach Flow, one of the nation’s most cutting-edge and trusted manufacturers.

As a testament to the quality and innovation of Hach Flow products such as the Hach FL900 and Flo-Dar Sensor, an article in the company’s official blog recounts how these meters endured the deluge brought on by Tropical Storm Nicole, which poured as much as 10 inches of rain in just 24 hours in Pennsylvania.

The storm had lead to unprecedented flooding of the municipal sewer system, leading to conditions that would have damaged or decommissioned most other meters. But both the FL900 and Flo-Dar continued operating optimally during and after the storm.

In fact, the Flo-Dar managed to measure flow during both free-flow and the 36-hour surcharge, while the Hach FL900 recorded that data and posted it to Hach Flow’s FSDATA web-based flow data management software. Needless to say, this is very impressive, and speaks to the dependability of these precise and vital metering tools

The Avanti Company is proud to carry such top-of-the-line products in our inventory. Given their capacity to weather the toughest conditions faced by Municipalities and Utilities, the metering solutions offered by Hach Flo are sure to be of great benefit.

To learn more about these and other meters we carry, contact the Avanti Company at 800-284-5231 or info@avanticompany.com.




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