Sage Metering is an innovative manufacturer of high-performance thermal mass flow meters for gas flow measurement. Sage brought the first thermal flow meter with a distinctive digitally-driven circuit and the industry’s first in-situ calibration verification procedure to market.
Sage Paramount is Sage Metering’s next-generation industrial thermal mass flow meter with a NEMA 4X enclosure (safeguards against harsh environmental elements and corrosion). It permits the user to reconfigure the meter in the field while using the SageCom software. The standard rating is Class 1 Div 2 Groups B, C, and D. A Class 1 Division 1 Groups B, C, D rating is optional.
Sage Prime is for industrial, environmental, or commercial end-users. The meter has a dual-sided NEMA 4 enclosure, with complete Modbus® compliant communications, UL, CSA, and ATEX compliant.
Flow Meter Applications
A thermal mass flow meter can help in a variety of ecological applications. Some uses include anaerobic digestion wastewater treatment, atmospheric storage tank vents, biogas measurement, carbon credit trading, flare gas measurement, flue gas monitoring, ethanol production, greenhouse gas reporting, landfill gas monitoring, manure, or methane digestion, wastewater aeration, and wastewater treatment odor control.
Thermal mass flow meters excel in monitoring greenhouse gases in various applications, including biogas, landfill gas, and flare gas flow measurement. Read More >
Reduce Energy Costs
Thermal mass flowmeters increase productivity, reduce energy costs, and maximize product yields. They save operators money in many applications, including natural gas measurement, facilities management, energy management, compressed air flow Measurement, LEED building and natural gas submetering, and aeration flow.
Industrial plants save energy using energy management and compressed air monitoring systems, cutting costs and improving efficiency and performance. Read More >
The Sage gas meter delivers the highest performance and reliability in a variety of industrial applications, including combustion control, compressed air measurement, gas valve testing, greenhouse gas emissions reporting, natural gas flow measurement, nitrogen monitoring, performance contracting, submetering natural gas, textile manufacturing, and vent airflow measurement.
Thermal mass flow meters effectively measure flare gas when the gas composition is known and offer a viable solution to ultrasonic meters’ high expense. Read More >
Submetering Natural Gas-Industrial
Because of rising energy costs, along with the need to reduce emissions, monitoring natural gas mass flow and consumption within a facility’s zones is desirable. Observing a facility’s gas flow encourages conservation and assesses process efficiencies, identifies the occurrence of unexpected flow, and can cost allocate various operating areas. Additionally, by submetering process equipment, users can detect fuel leaks, and information from the flow meter may determine if the devices need maintenance or replacement.
Natural Gas – Commercial and Residential
Government regulations often require natural gas submetering at campuses, large residential projects, high-rise buildings, government facilities, large commercial applications, or shopping centers. Even when not needed, energy-minded stakeholders and landlords often use submetering. By monitoring the flow rate and consumption at individual zones, it becomes possible to identify abnormal consumption points, encourage conservation, reduce energy costs, and minimize environmental impact.
Manufacturer’s Representative and Distributor
Linc Energy is a manufacturer’s representative and distributor for Sage flow meters.
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