SCG Flowmetrix Awarded One of the Largest Sewer Flow and Rainfall Monitoring Projects in Canada

Hundreds of sensors and machine-learning software to be deployed at the Region of Peel for hydraulic modelling, capacity assessment, and infrastructure design. Concord, ON, January 26, 2023 – SCG Flowmetrix, a leading provider of water and wastewater infrastructure monitoring solutions, announced that the company has been awarded one of largest sewer flow and rainfall monitoring … Read more

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The health and safety of our employees is our top priority during these uncertain times.  Many of our office employees have transitioned to remote work environments and our manufacturing/assembly facilities have implemented best practices for workplace safety.  As an essential business we are committed to maintaining our high level of customer service and meeting our … Read more

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Should supply meters be calibrated or audited?

Depending on the purpose of the related task. If you are only interested in knowing whether the meter is functioning as per a set tolerance for display, output, and volumetric totalization – then a calibration is fine. Ensure all controls are tight and the data used for calibration is unquestioned. However, if you are using … Read more

What are the effects of an incorrectly “zeroed” electromagnetic flow meter?

When an electro-magnetic flow meter is installed, it should be pressurized with the process liquid and then “zeroed” for any inconsistency related to the installation effects.  If this is not done, the value being read during true zero flow will be additive (+ or -) to the actual readings causing great errors during a no … Read more

What levels of verification/calibration are there?

Although there are many ways to provide a better level of confidence, there is only one true way to calibrate – comparing one flow reading against another to a level of confidence outlined in the testing practice to achieve the level of accuracy for each meter. Typical instrumentation programs for annual certificate of approvals doesn’t … Read more

I calibrate all my process/billing meters each year. Does an audit need to be done as well?

An audit is required for many reasons. When there is a balance error where the contribution of error could be directly related to metering When an IWA/AWWA water balance/audit is being done where a level of confidence in the calibration techniques needs to be defined When a current calibration program is not adequate enough to … Read more

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