Float materials matter! Different flow liquids and gases need different floats and tube tapers to accommodate the flow media.
Extreme or prolonged cold weather can make maintaining process flows and accurate flow measurement challenging. Temperature drops not only affect viscosity of flow media but related metering components too: piping, fittings, and every component of a flow meter needs to be able to withstand freezing.
Every ESKO seal water meter is meticulously assembled using stainless steel components and thermoplastic or borosilicate glass tube options that cover a wide range of operating conditions, temperature variations, and corrosive chemicals. Numerous O-ring choices cover a large variety of process conditions.
Fine tuning your flow monitoring?
What if process conditions change?
How to fine tune your flow monitoring installations with optional accessories and add-ons for additional operational and cost benefits.
Flow meters are highly customizable due to differences in design, function, accuracy, and build components such as tube materials, end block materials, fittings, floats, valves, o-rings, flow configurations and more.
Original article on Paper Advance “There is nothing permanent except change” wrote Heraclitus, an ancient Greek philosopher. This observation holds particularly true today…
In 1970, our founder, Esko Venalainen, moved his family from Finland to Canada. He was part of a broader trend of bringing European paper industry expertise to North America and after working on various projects with Honeywell, EuroCan, Eur-Control (BTG) and Nokia, Venalainen founded ESKO Industries with a desire to focus on marketing European instrumentation technology in North America.