Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Happy Holidays from Flow-Tech!

All of us at Flow-Tech wish our customers, partners, vendors and friends a very Happy Holiday Season and a wonderful 2019!


Tuesday, December 11, 2018

New Product Alert: Hoffer Flow Controls HIT-4G Gas Flow Rate Indicator & Dual Totalizer With Modbus & Data Logging

Hoffer HIT-4G
The Hoffer HIT-4G is a microprocessor-based gas flow rate indicator and totalizer with data logger and Modbus Communications Protocol.  The HIT-4G provides temperature and pressure compensated gas flow measurement. Featuring a 6-digit rate display and separate 8-digit resettable and non-resettable flow totalizers, the HIT-4G is configurable for 4-20 mA loop power or DC power. The instrument can accept a low-level signal from a magnetic type pickup coil, a DC pulse signal, contact closure or modulated carrier pickup (MCP/RF). Pulses from the signal input are converted into volume and rate values based on flowmeter calibration settings stored in the instrument. Temperature, pressure and compressibility compensation may be used to calculate corrected volume and mass flow. The total and flow rate are displayed on a two-line liquid crystal display (LCD). A 4-20 mA analog signal proportional to the flowrate is output on the current loop. The HIT-4G is configurable from the instrument front panel keypad or via Modbus communications.

Download the HIT-4G Users Manual Here

Contact Flow-Tech, Inc. for more information.
In Maryland: 410-666-3200
In Virginia: 804-752-3450
https://flowtechonline.com

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

FLEXIM Clamp-on Ultrasonic Flowmeters - Expert Testimonial for Municipal Water Treatment Pumping Systems


This video offers expert testimonial of the advantages of the FLEXIM clamp-on ultrasonic flowmeter for use on pumping systems installed in municipal water treatment facilities.

Pumps are one of the main energy consumers within industrial and manufacturing environments. It is thus crucial to regularly test their performance and efficiency.

For simple pump control it is sufficient to measure the flow rates with a portable, non-invasive FLUXUS ultrasonic flow meter and to observe the pressure by reading from the permanently installed pressure gauges.

For more comprehensive pump audits, special measuring systems are available which can also be used to record pressure, temperature and consumed electricity. However, the FLUXUS clamp-on flow meters are still the central device used.

Documenting such actual load profiles regularly opens up huge potential for savings; in most cases by initially adjusting a pump to the correct dimensions.

Flow-Tech, Inc.
https://flowtechonline.com
410-666-3200 MD
804-752-3450 VA