A critical decision: Choosing the right method for measuring the flowrate of industrial effluent
Measuring the flowrate of industrial wastewater presents significant, unique challenges. Accuracy is imperative, whether the data is for billing confirmation, plant management, or regulatory compliance. That said, the effluent commonly contains solids, is chemically corrosive and may be at higher temperatures. Such instances make a submerged flowmeter impractical if not impossible to use. In some cases, even a flume is untenable due to build-up or blockages that create a constant need for costly maintenance and safety concerns.
So, what is the right choice for flowrate monitoring? A variety of sensor technologies are available, and choosing the right one can make or break you. During this 45-minute webinar plus interactive Q&A, Teledyne ISCO Regional Manager Darrell Kuta, a flow measurement expert, will describe the differences and benefits between the sensor technologies and provide insight on which solution is best for you. You’ll learn:
- How to measure open channel effluent industrial wastewater flow
- Technologies available to measure open channel flow
- Using a primary device verses an area velocity flowmeter
- Data communications options
Don’t miss your opportunity to speak with an expert about flowrate measurement challenges specific to your application. We hope you can join us!
Register now for one of the three sessions: