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water velocity monitoring (Water Flow Monitoring) equipment

  • HydroVision - Model Q-Eye Radar MT - Contact Free Flowmeter

    In some applications it is an advantage to have a non-contact flow measurement. When combining both Radar and Water level transmitter, they provide a revolutionary approach to open channel and sewer flow monitoring. Combined are pulse wave radar velocity sensing technology with ultrasonic pulse echo level sensing to measure open ...

    By HydroVision GmbH based in Kaufbeuren, GERMANY.

  • Greyline - Model Stingray 2.0 - Portable Level-Velocity Logger

    Stingray 2.0 is a compact, battery-powered logger with an ultrasonic sensor. It data logs level, velocity and water temperature readings for flow monitoring through open channels, partially full sewer pipes and surcharged pipes. Use it for flow surveys, I&I studies, stormwater, irrigation water and sewage.

    By Greyline Instruments Inc. based in Long Sault, ONTARIO (CANADA). from Portable Level-Velocity Logger Product line

  • Robust Velocity Measurements Instruments

    Providing robust velocity measurements in a compact, easy-to-use package, the SonTek Argonaut-ADV is the ultimate instrument for shallow water flow monitoring. Ideal for low-flow applications in shallow streams, marshes, lakes, or water treatment facilities, the 3-axis (3D) Argonaut-ADV's advanced Doppler technology measures single-point velocity ...

    By SonTek - A Xylem Brand based in San Diego, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Small Rivers Water Flow Monitoring System

    EHP-Tekniikka Ltd has developed a technical solution, which offers possibility for an automatic wireless on-line monitoring of water flow at small rivers, channels, ditches and wells all-year-round in field conditions. The solution is based on the monitoring of water level by water level sensor and field measurements of the dimensions of river bed ...

  • WaterMark USGS Type Current Meters

    Features precisely balanced bucket wheel which is mounted on a vertical pivot and is rotated by water flow. Rate of rotation is proportional to water velocity. Velocity is determined by counting bucket wheel revolutions over a given period of time. Revolutions can be monitored by headset or a digimeter (both sold separately). Use headset to ...

    By Forestry Suppliers, Inc. based in Jackson, MISSISSIPPI (USA).

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