Flow Testing Services:
 Pitot Meter Testing

 Venturi Meter Maintenance

 Calibrate Transmitter DP Cell

 Venturi Transmitter DP Cell Comparative Test 
 24 Hour Pitot Test
 24 Hour Flow Test

 Pitot Meter For Temporary Flow Installations
 Comparative Meter Test
 Comparative Meter and Electronics Calibration

 Light Meter Maintenance
 Turbine Meter Calibration and Repair
 Fire Flow Testing
 RTU Calibration Testing
 Water Modeling Calibrations
 C-Factor Testing
 Loss of Head Testing
 Pump Efficiency Testing
 Meter Location Inspection
 Flow Test Reporting and Certification

Types of Flowmeters Calibrated (not inclusive):
 Ultrasonic Flowmeters
 Turbine Flowmeters
 Single Jet Flowmeters
 Multiple Jet Flowmeters
 Paddle Wheel Flowmeters
 Venturi Meters
 Orifice Plates
 Open Channel Flow Measurement
 Electromagnetic Flowmeters (Magmeter)


Flowmeter Calibration and Certification

 Transit Time Method: 
 The transit time method utilizes a soundwave injected into the measured flow. The    transit time is defined with the help of transducers placed on the outside of the  pipe,  which makes this method non-invasive. The volume flow is obtained by  multiplying the measured average fluid flow velocity by the inner pipe cross section.  This reference flow value is compared with the simultaneous flow value given by the  flow measurement to be calibrated.

Pitot Tube Method:
 A Pitot tube is a pressure-measuring instrument used to measure fluid flow velocity  by determining the differential pressure. The Pitot Tube is inserted into the pipe line, which enables flow profiling to be accomplished across the entire pipe diameter.  Using the measured differential pressure, the flow velocity, and subsequently volume flow, can be determined.