Langham Industrial Controls Ltd

Since the incorporation of Langham Industrial Controls in February 1996, we have been involved in the installation, maintenance & verification of Flow Meters throughout the UK. Our reputation is based on our ability to work closely with the customer, as part of a team, to attain a high standard of work, with efficiency, honesty and reliability. In July 2016 Langham Industrial Controls undertook a total refit of their Workshop. Major investment in our engineering facilities, including the purchase of a Doosan Lynx 220 LSYC Turning Center has enabled increased efficiency in the manufacture of our Hydrant Flow Meters. We are confident that our Horizontal and Vertical Hydrant Flow Meters are industry leading in the UK Water Industry.

Company details

48 Alexandra Street , Burton Latimer , Northamptonshire NN15 5SF United Kingdom

Locations Served

Business Type:
Manufacturer
Industry Type:
Monitoring and Testing - Water Monitoring and Testing
Market Focus:
Nationally (across the country)

Sole UK manufacturer of Hydrant Flow Meters incorporating ABB Aquasmater 3 electromagnetic flow meter.

Our reputation is based on our ability to work closely with the customer, as part of a team, to attain a high standard of work, with efficiency, honesty and reliability.

We are confident that our Horizontal and Vertical Hydrant Flow Meters are industry leading in the UK Water Industry.

ACCURATE HYDRANT FLOW METERING

Providing unrivalled accuracy of ±0.5% within a wide flow range, our Horizontal Hydrant Flow Meter also has a swan neck design ensuring that the electromagnetic sensor of the AquaMaster is always full. As the sensor has no moving parts, debris often found in the water supply or valves does not cause any damage which is common with paddle wheel technologies.

Using ABB's electromagnetic AquaMaster with an integrated data logger, the Hydrant Flow Meter is able to record continuously with up to 12 months battery life without the need for recharging. The sensor continuously records, even when the digital display is off and/or the sensor is empty, ensuring every litre, cubic meter or gallon is recorded.