Category: flow meter

13th June 2016

Flow Meters to Monitor Energy Usage at Leading Airport

Managing the energy costs of an airport terminal is no small task. When our client was commissioned to measure how efficiently the energy centre was operating for the one of the UK’s busiest airport sites internal compliance procedures; the search for accurate, reliable and adaptable technologies to connect wirelessly to our clients cloud based system began in earnest. The objective was clear; to find an...

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8th March 2016

See us at the Science, Technology and Innovation Exhibition – 14th April 2016 in Sellafield (Stand A16)

iCenta will be showcasing the Red-y Compact II digital thermal mass meter from leading Swiss based manufacturer Voegtlin. This product builds upon the established reputation of the first generation Compact thermal mass meter. It includes great new functionality such as touch screen, the ability to measure multiple gases with just one device and its USB enabled. We’ll be demonstrating the product and talking about...

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25th February 2016

Where to see Icenta in 2016

Here are just some of the events Icenta will be exhibiting at in 2016. We’ll keep you updated as new events are added throughout the year.  MONTH  LOCATION  DATE  APRIL  Sellafield  14th April  Risley  27th April  MAY  Culham  11th May  Harwell (RAL)  12th May  Dounreay  26th May  JUNE  BAE Barrow  23rd June  SEPTEMBER  Dublin  11th – 14th September  Sellafield  15th September  Risley ...

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28th April 2015

Understanding Your Flow Meter’s Capabilities

There are pros and cons in choosing any flow meter but to us at Icenta, there are very clear advantages to the new age range of thermal mass flow meters over the traditional Variable Area (VA) meter, often referred to as Rotameters. In this post, we try to help you in understanding your flow meter’s capabilities by discussing the limitations of VA, the types of thermal mass flow meters, the principle of...

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14th January 2014

Monitoring Flow in Water Chillers for MRI Scanners

Monitoring Flow in Water Chillers. A process cooling company is using the IC-LPM inline paddlewheel meter to monitor flow in their specialist water-based chillers for removing heat from the super conducting magnets in MRI body scanners.  Effective cooling and precise temperature control are vital in limiting temperature fluctuations that would adversely affect the scanner’s accuracy, efficiency and...

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12th March 2013

New Range of Paddlewheel Flow Meters for Liquids

Icenta has introduced a new range of industrial in-line paddlewheel flow meters that offer cost-effective and accurate monitoring of liquid flow rates over the range of 0.5 to 1200 l/min and are available in 15, 20, 25, 40 and 50 mm nominal sizes; each individual meter has a specific standard flow range with a 10:1 turndown ratio.   The IC-LPM series offers considerable benefits for liquid flow monitoring:  ...

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