This article summarises and links to the most recent blog posts from Titan Enterprises: The flow Meter Company.

10 Common Mistakes When Specifying a Flowmeter

In a recent discussion on Linkedin someone asked if the future of flowmeter sales was through online marketing? There was a great outpouring from industry professionals explaining why this approach could miss the benefit of interactive communication with an ‘informed user’ to ensure an optimium flowmeter solution is provided. It made me think of some common errors made when people set about specifying a flowmeter.

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Overcoming the challenges of implementing flow technology in a medical application

Medical facilities have many applications where precise measurement and control of flow is important. The strong appeal of establishing volume flowmeter sales installed in OEM medical equipment is obvious but the route to becoming the “specified flowmeter component” in this heavily regulated industry is often long and arduous. As an established OEM flowmeter supplier to this market – we share with you some of the key challenges that have to be typically overcome to successfully implement flow technology in a medical application.

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Product Update: Compact High Pressure Flow Meters

Based upon its proprietary oval gear design – Titan’s OG-1 and OG-2 flowmeters are designed to give reliable, high performance in high pressure applications.

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Insertion Turbine Flow Meters

The Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF) turbine on Titan insertion turbine flowmeters rotates freely on a 316 stainless steel shaft and has specially aerofoil shaped blades to extend the dynamic range of the meter.

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In this article we look at how flowmeter repeatability is determined at Titan

Flowmeter performance critically depends on repeatability. Without a repeatable sensor you cannot have good performance. The reference that your flowmeter is calibrated against must also have excellent repeatability.

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