ultrasonic Archives - Flowservices

Introducing our PARTNERS in Flexim

At Flowservices we are proud to have worked with Flexim for over 10 years, supplying Flexim Ultrasonic Flowmeters Australia wide – even to our neighbouring countries! Since starting out with Flexim over a decade ago, we now have reps in every state of Australia. We have worked with these partners in the industry for years […]

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Measuring solutions for WATER

  At Flowservices, the majority of enquiries we receive all revolve around measuring water, in all sorts of locations around Australia, with various types of pipes and applications.   If you are looking to measure water in any type of scenario, we are confident we can assist you and if we just can’t do it, […]

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Buried Flowmeter That Is More Accurate and Efficient Than The Rest

Newly released technology from industry giant Flexim means you can now measure flow in buried pipes more effectively, accurately and efficiently for a low cost compared to insertion mag flowmeters with the WD100 buried flowmeter.   At Flowservices, we are excited to be able to bring you this technology directly from Germany and can assist […]

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Is Ultrasonic Technology Reliable?

  Ultrasonic flowmeters were introduced by Tokyo Keiki in Japan in 1963, as a far more cost effective solution for flow measurement. At Flowservices Australia, we have been working with ultrasonic flowmeters for over 15 years and guarantee them 100% because we know they work.   Although the technology has been around for over 50 […]

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Measuring Hazardous Chemicals

From wellhead to refinery, measuring the flow of crude oil and refined products needs to be done every step of the way. Harsh environments with corrosive atmospheres offshore or hot and dirty applications during crude oil refining require tough solutions.

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Coal Mine-Dewatering

Flowservices recently supplied 13 clamp- on flowmeters to a major Coal Seam Gas company in the Surat Basin working with coal mine-dewatering. A local electrical company had previously installed a number of mechanical meters. Whilst the cost was low they often failed after a short time in service. The problem was identified and attributed to […]

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