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Siemens Magnetic Flowmeters Available from Factory Stock at BIG Discounts

This exclusive offer for Lesman customers lets you buy Siemens mag meters at great prices with quick delivery from factory stock.

Through March 31, 2016, you can buy these Siemens mags at 55% off list price!

All magmeters here have carbon steel bodies, PFTE liners, Hastelloy C-276 electrodes, ANSI flanged process connections and NPT threaded transmitter connections.Siemens Magmeter SALE

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How to Measure Thermal Energy

As energy costs and environmental concerns continue to rise, we count on our facility managers to take control of building/factory energy consumption. To reduce their companies’ carbon footprints, facility managers have begun implementing energy management programs to control their systems, optimize efficiency, and manage expenses.

But how are they doing it?

Let’s say you are trying to cool your facility. There are two steps to determining how much energy is consumed in the process. Read the rest of this entry »

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How to install magnetic flowmeters in less than optimum conditions

Not all processes have optimal piping configurations. Learn how to identify alternative solutions for processes inhibited by piping constraints.

Siemens is hosting a free webinar on Wednesday, October 21 at 2pm EST.

In this 1-hour webinar, Siemens specialists will show you how the flowmeter can be installed and how this versatile instrument can be used to meet your application needs. They will be discussing the installation guidelines for process piping that can enhance your flowmeters’ performance.

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Flowmeter analog totalizer vs. pulse input totalizer: A side-by-side comparison

When it comes to flowmeters, there are some pretty hot opinions in the control and instrumentation world about the inaccuracies of an analog totalizer, and why using a pulse-driven counter/totalizer is the way to go.

After reading some really vicious web debates on the topic, I had the opportunity to test for myself, and I was surprised at how close the resulting totals were, and how insignificant the error was.

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