With all of the flow meter technology available on the market today, selecting a flow meter can be a daunting task. Believe it or not, incorrect selection happens more often than you might think. In fact, studies report 90% of flow meter measurement problems are due to incorrect meter selection! Keep reading our flow meter buyers guide to learn more.
Choosing the wrong meter can result in serious problems such as constant maintenance, expensive repairs, safety concerns, and other issues that can effect overall operations and profit. In addition to choosing the right meter for the job, proper use, maintenance, calibration, and care are all huge factors in flow meter longevity and ensuring you are getting accurate readings.
This guide outlines best practices in selecting the right flow meter, caring for your flow meter, how to go about regular maintenance without having to shut down operations, and other factors that help to extend the life of your flow meter.
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