Waste Water and Industry Effluent
Here at Litre Meter, we specialise in flow meters. We design, manufacture and supply a wide range of reliable measurement solutions to suit a number of materials and jobs.
All fluids have different characteristics; this means some are better suited to certain flow meters than others. The best flow meter for the job is dictated by the flow’s properties, including its given pressure, temperature, density, conductivity and composition, to mention only a few.
We offer quality flow meters that accurately measure the flow rate of all kinds of liquids and gases, including waste water and industry effluent – mainly used for safety, health and hygiene purposes.
See our range of flow meters suitable for waste water and other industry effluent below:
Turbine flow meters are one of our specialities here at Litre Meter. As a versatile measuring solution, a turbine flow meter is used for calculating the average velocity of a wide range of fluids and gases.
To do this, it uses a vaned rotor which rotates on a shaft. The shaft is also supported by tube bundles which provide a degree of flow conditioning for the fluid, improving the accuracy of the reading.
Its precision as well as its wide size range makes it a great choice of flow meter for a number of jobs.
Along with all oscillatory flow meters, vortex shedding determines a fluid’s velocity and rate by detecting provoked vortices made from the fluid itself.
Vortex shedding calculates the volumetric flow rate by using the fluid’s own properties – such as its pressure, density and viscosity – to induce the fluctuations that create these vortices.
With the ability to measure low viscosity and volumetric flow rate, vortex shedding has been found to be one of the best choices to accurately measure water, as well as other forms clean or dirty liquids, gases and steam.
Ultrasonic flow meters are used to determine the flow velocity. They do this using ultrasonic waves that pass through the flow, measuring the travelling times or the frequency shifts.
There are two types of ultrasonic flow meters to choose from; clamped-on and inline. They differ by the way they are installed, but both require a simple process.
This is a particularly good flow meter for measuring water as well as other liquids, and can also measure a certain amount of solid content.