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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

Syrinix Announces New PIPEMINDER-ONE Acoustic

Syrinix, the award-winning global market leader in pipeline monitoring technologies, recently announced the new PIPEMINDER-ONE Acoustic, with two ways to reduce non-revenue water loss with a straightforward system. The PIPEMINDER-ONE Acoustic enables users to detect, locate, and reduce the number of leaks and bursts they experience in their pipeline systems. Ensuring an autonomous data process … Continued

Better Network Intelligence With Syrinix Total Head Pressure View

Several variables influence the pressure observed at every point in a pipeline, such as flow head loss from the reservoir or pump station providing the network and pressure intermittent events, to name a few. When evaluating measurements taken at different points on the network, total head variations will quickly overshadow more nuanced details such as … Continued

Startup Services Are Invaluable in Meter Installation

In a perfect world, a meter installation would always be a straightforward process, but this isn’t always the case. Many flow monitoring projects may initially seem simple but they may soon escalate into something much more involved, particularly if the meter is intended to address a complex measurement scenario. McCrometer provides a startup tool to … Continued

A Brief Introduction to Clamp-On Flowmeters

    Ultrasonic flowmeters utilize sound waves to calculate fluid flow velocity in a pipe. The frequencies of an ultrasonic wave transmitted into a pipe and its fluid reflections remain the same under no-flow conditions. Thanks to the Doppler effect, the amplitude of the reflected wave differs under flowing conditions. The frequency shift will increase … Continued

Tackling Low Flow Cutoff

  Steam system operators may find themselves paying a steep price if product passes through a meter but doesn’t get measured. Commonly known as low flow cutoff, these losses typically happen because of a flow meter’s turndown ratio, which determines how wide a flow spectrum is able to be measured. If low flow cutoff is … Continued

Intelligent Flow Measurement with the DXN Portable Ultrasonic Flow and Energy Meter

      The DXN Portable Ultrasonic Flow and Energy Meter is truly a versatile, hybrid tool able to measure liquid flow with a multitude of technologies, including Doppler, liquid thermal (heat energy) flow, and transit time. With its simple installation, the DXN measures flow using non-invasive ultrasonic sensors practically effortlessly. Transit time flow meters … 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

Santa Barbara’s Acoustic Solution

You’ll find the City of Santa Barbara, California between the Santa Ynez Mountains and the Pacific coastline.  The Country’s “American Riviera” remains a highly popular tourism destination and is home to about 90,000 residents. The city prides itself on its impeccable basic services performance, which includes maintenance of more than 200 miles of gravity-fed sewer … Continued

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Florida Water Daily is one of the leading resources for professionals that follow or work in water-related industries, run by former consulting engineer and hydrogeologist Jim Tully.  With Florida’s intricately interconnected system of potable, surface, ground, and wastewater, Florida Water Daily dedicates itself to highlighting the latest developments, solutions, and events related to water issues … Continued

Where are Brandon’s Socks?

Brandon Brooks is The Avanti Company’s representative for North Florida, Southern Georgia and Alabama, covering everything from Daytona Beach and Jacksonville to Pensacola, Montgomery, Al. and Albany, Ga. Brandon represents all of Avanti’s products in Florida, including Itron, Water Specialties/McCrometer, Liquid Controls, Hach Flow, FlowMec and Elster water and wastewater flow meters, as well as … Continued

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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