Keeping in mind that accurate measurement begins with selecting the correct technology for any application, here are four steps to consider when choosing a natural gas flow meter with a flow meter comparison, and selection guide.
Natural Gas Measurement, Underground Utilities and More Blog
We provide insights on natural gas measurement, underground utility damage prevention, utility contractor services and various natural gas products. Formerly the Linc Energy Blog.
Linc Energy Systems is now a distributor for the Itron OpenWay Riva Intelis residential ultrasonic gas meter. The Intelis revolutionary design shifts the gas distribution network from being a one-way gas delivery mechanism to an interactive energy network that delivers gas more safely and efficiently.
In the following article, we answer, "How do I change my Itron B34 regulator orifice? Of course, these instructions apply to all Itron B34: R, N, M, and D natural gas regulators. In addition to the Itron guidelines, it is important to adhere to your company's procedures.
In the following article, we answer, "How do I adjust my Itron METRIS 250 natural gas meter?" In addition to the following recommendations, it is imperative to adhere to your company's procedures in addition to Itron's when installing or repairing your gas meter.
At Linc Energy Systems we sell an assortment of gas meters and natural gas flow meters to accommodate various applications. We represent the finest manufacturers of diaphragm gas meters, rotary gas meters, thermal mass meters and ultrasonic meters.
There are some parameters needed to size a natural gas regulator properly to recommend the right unit for an application. This is true, no matter the brand, whether Itron, Emerson, Maxitrol or Belgas. While there are automated sizing programs available on the internet, until these apps are unfailing, I still do it the old-fashioned way. Call me old school, but it allows me to chat with our customers and assure them that they are getting the correct regulator for their application.