Last minute discovery threatens start-up
Seven days before a scheduled start-up, a major Louisiana chemical company discovered a vital Badger steam meter had been damaged during shutdown. Desperate to restart the plant on time, they contacted Wyatt to see if we could help. The application was a 14″ 1500# steam line that required a custom designed weld-in PMT. Working 24/7 […]
Mark Your Calendar!
David Wyatt will be a featured speaker at the ISA 10th Annual Oilsands Automation Conference in Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. He will be presenting the paper “Flow Measurement Using Differential Producers” at 2.45 pm on Tuesday March 12th. This highly anticipated conference has quickly become a “must go to” event for those focused on the […]
Wyatt Engineering’s PMT: The REAL Lo-Loss® Flow tube
In 1961, the performance of the first and original Lo-Loss flow tubes, which were designed and marketed by the Penn Meter Company out of Philadelphia, was documented in an ASME paper, “Design and Calibration of the Lo-Loss Tube (61-WA-80).” A year or so later, Penn was purchased by Badger Meter out of Milwaukee, and the […]
Meters for the Nuclear Power Industry
large Energy Company in Missouri experienced a failure of a 16″ insert style venturi meter after 30 years of service in a condensate flow application. The failure occurred at a Nuclear Power Plant and required immediate replacement. Venturi meters are chosen for these applications because of their reliability and long life, so after 30 years […]