Metering data identifies sources of air, water and debris.
Owners of older buildings with inefficient heating and cooling systems are increasingly interested in energy savings from combined heat and power (CHP).
With an increasing interest in cogeneration, or combined heat and power (CHP), for energy efficiency, an engineering firm develops a process to size and monitor CHP installations with ultrasonic flowmeters.
A clamp-on ultrasonic flowmeter helps a company conserve pricey helium during current shortage.
Dan Hayden, president of Hayden Corporation, a provider of thermal spray coatings, had a problem. Actually, it was a problem shared by his entire industry, i.e. the struggle to generate a repeatable flow measurement.
While there are not many applications for measuring extremely slow flowrates, several of them are critical to the environment. One of the most important is tracking contaminants in groundwater.
After experiencing some mixed results in previous applications, Eastman Chemical Company decided to re-evaluate clamp-on ultrasonic flow measurement technology