Featured Articles

  1. Next Generation Mag Meter: A Tool For Leak Detection
    9/26/2013

    Water — our most precious resource — is depleted globally by multiple activities. Common uses include drinking water, fire protection, agricultural/irrigation, manufacturing, food processing, etc. As our global population continues to increase, so does the need for fresh water supply. As a dynamic resource with many universal commitments, it is not surprising, with so many different global variables, that water scarcity is becoming a concern for both developed and developing countries. By Michelle Pawlowicz, marketing specialist, McCrometer

  2. The Perfect Retrofit: Power Plant Upgrades Cooling Water System With FPI Mag Flow Meter
    7/15/2013

    A large power generation plant on a coastal bay site in the United States needed to convert its cooling tower water system to a closed-loop design. The newly retrofitted closed-loop system is more efficient and reduces the thermal impact on the bay. By Jennifer Kerckhoff, Vertical Marketing Manager, McCrometer, Inc.

  3. Measuring Flow In A Pump Station
    3/1/2016

    A municipal drinking water distribution system, also known as a water supply system, is used to provide fresh drinking water to residential and commercial customers and facilities around the world. A distribution system for drinking water typically begins with: a) intake of raw surface water from a reservoir or lake or b) ground water intake from wells transferred to a water treatment plant. By Barry Spiegel, Director of Municipal Sales

  4. McCrometer’s FPI Mag (Full Profile Insertion) And Ultra Mag Flow Meters Receive ISO Certification
    5/2/2013

    McCrometer’s advanced FPI Mag (Full Profile Insertion) Electromagnetic Flow Meter, Ultra Mag Flow Meter and MX Ultra Mag Flow Meter after TUV review have obtained ISO9001:2008 certification from the International Standards Organization (ISO).

  5. FPI Mag (Next Generation Mag Meter) Flow Meter Delivers High Accuracy With New CSA Certification
    4/11/2013

    Municipal and industrial engineers will find McCrometer’s popular FPI Mag (Full Profile Insertion) Electromagnetic Flow Meter now features the new M-Series Converter, providing excellent accuracy to ±0.5% of reading.

  6. Innovative FPI Mag® - Full Profile Insertion Mag Meter - Improves City Water Operations Management
    1/3/2013

    The City of Geneva, Ohio, resides in Ashtabula County, east of Cleveland, along Lake Erie. Founded in 1816, this picturesque city is now home to 7,000 residents. The City of Geneva Water Works Department is responsible for managing the city’s 350,000 gallons per day drinking water operation. By Jerry Stultz, Applications Engineer, McCrometer and Curt Worlund, Vertical Marketing Manager, McCrometer

  7. Flow Measurement For A Changing Market
    11/8/2012

    Curt Worlund of McCrometer, Inc. chats with Todd and Todd of Water Online Radio about the company’s history, experience, and expertise in environmental water quality and flow meters.

  8. Wafer-Cone Flow Meter Is Now Available With CE Marking For All Service Categories Under European Pressure Equipment Directive (PED)
    11/1/2012

    To supportMcCrometer’s European customers, the high-accuracy, virtually no-maintenance Wafer-Cone® Flow Meter meets the requirements of the European Community’s Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) 97/23/ECand is  eligible for use throughout the region.

  9. Direct Mount Wafer-Cone Flow Meter Eliminates Impulse Lines For Fast, Easy, Low-Cost Installation
    4/30/2012

    Process and plant engineers in search of a high-accuracy, virtually no-maintenance gas or liquid flow meter for small line sizes will want to learn more about the new cost-saving direct mount configuration for McCrometer’s popular Wafer-Cone Flow Meter.  

  10. Water Alternating Gas Injection System Requires Compact Flow Measurement Solution
    10/7/2011
    A major oil/gas producer in the Southeastern U.S. needed to implement enhanced oil recovery (EOR) technology to boost production in a mature oil field. For the past 25 years the company had been using water-flooding, but this technology was no longer providing the desired output. The field’s first well had been drilled in 1942.