Ultrasonic Flow Meter for Wastewater Effluent. Effluent flow meter for weirs, flumes and open channels.

Ultrasonic Flow Meter and V-notch Weir for Wastewater Treatment Plant
Effluent Flowmeter - Ultrasonic

Ultrasonic Flow Meter and V-notch Weir for Wastewater Treatment Plant

Wastewater Treatment Plant Ultrasonic Flow Meter and V-notch Weir Get A Quick Quote >> Effluent flow measurement in wastewater treatment plants have traditionally been measured by weirs, flumes, time-transit flowmeters, partially filled pipe flow meters, insertion meters, magmeters and other flowmeter technologies. This wastewater treatment plant uses two 90 degree V-notch weirs along with an Ultrasonic Flow Meter system from MCE Process and Nivelco to accurately measure the treated waste water as it flows out of the plant into the receiving waters. But what if you have a flow meter application like this dual 90 Degree V Notch Weir or another primary flow device? MCE Process and Nivelco have you covered with a best of breed solution for any wastewater flow application. How Does a Ultrasonic Flowmeter with V-notch Weir Flowmeter Work? The two v-notch weirs act as the primary flow measurement devices for the system. Primary measuring devices like these weirs provide a reliable way of producing a measurable head (or water level) above the crest elevation. The V-notch weirs are are available in various angles and we typically fabricate them out of 1/4" or larger aluminum plate. We can even provide them as fabricated fiberglass weirs. The head 0r water level above the crest (or bottom of the V) of this 90 Degree V-notch weir is accurately measured by a Nivelco EasyTREK ultrasonic level transmitter. The integrated ultrasonic level transmitter and flow meter sends a scaled 4-20 mA + HART signal over two wires to the Nivelco MultiCONT multichannel display and process controller. The MultiCONT can act as a fully featured multichannel process controller in many applications but here it simply provides a remote display of the instantaneous level in feet along with flow in GPM (Gallons Per Minute). The MultiCONT process controller also provides the accumulated flow in both resettable and non-resettable totalizers. The 4-20 mA signal is then looped through the wastewater effluent sampler and back to the RTU and SCADA system for analysis and archiving. What's the angle of that V-notch weir? V-notch Weir Angles Range from 22.5 Degrees up to 120 Degrees 22.5 Degree V-notch weir 30 Degree V-notch weir 45…

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