Primary Flow Signal (PFS), the leading designer and manufacturer of innovative, durable, and accurate flow-metering solutions for industrial, water/wastewater, and oil & gas applications, announces its participation in the American Water Works Association’s North Carolina Section Conference at the Raleigh Convention Center from November 11-14 in Raleigh, NC.
Metering discharge levels, or liquids as they are released from a free falling environment, is a calculated and important process which is commonly encountered in water/wastewater applications. The PFS-HN nozzle is designed for open channel flows and provides accuracy even in excessive pipe slope conditions. Configuration of the PFS-HN also allows the nozzle to manage high velocity flows – handling open channel, sewage, or sludge flows to provide a dependable and highly accurate solution for water and flow management needs.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency claims it regulates approximately 155,000 public water systems in the nation. As water is becoming more valuable and also less readily available, it’s important that the most accurate metering technology is implemented during all phases of the water treatment and metering process. The PFS-HN is a self-supporting, cost-effective solution that can be used for a wider minimum to maximum flow rate range. The accuracy of the PFS-HN is +/- 2.0% of max rate and can be used with a number of secondary readout devices.
“Water is a valuable commodity and it’s important that the most precise metering technology is implemented during all phases of the treatment and metering process,” said Bruce Briggs, President of Primary Flow Signal. “Only the highest quality and most accurate flow measurement devices, like our PFS-HN nozzle and secondary metering technologies can guarantee traceable results in open channel flows.”
PFS’s metering solutions are designed and manufactured in the United States by the industry’s largest team of specialized hydraulic engineers, backed by extensive laboratory and field testing, ISO 9008-2008 certification, and efficient vertically-integrated facilities.