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L-Dens 427 Online Density Sensors

The L-Dens 427 series of density sensors combines an accuracy of 1 x 10-4 g/cm³ in a compact design. Continuous measurement of density, concentration and API gravity optimizes production processes and ensures a consistently high quality of product. The small and compact design allows for easy integration into measuring stations, for example for mass flow rate measurement.

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Anton Paar USA

Anton Paar USA

Anton Paar is the world leader in several areas of scientific instrumentation. Density measurement, rheology, viscometry, and microwave synthesis are the main areas of our business.

Severn Trent De Nora

Severn Trent De Nora

As the market leader in the design and manufacture of electrolytic seawater disinfection systems, Severn Trent De Nora brings more than 30 years of marine equipment experience to the treatment of ballast water and marine sewage.
McCrometer, Inc.

McCrometer, Inc.

McCrometer is a global leader in providing flow measurement solutions including differential pressure (DP), electromagnetic, and propeller technologies. McCrometer’s flow measurement solutions are found in thousands of installations worldwide, including the Oil/Gas industry where the company participates in all industry segments. With its exceptionally precise and robust differential pressure (DP) flow measurement technology, McCrometer’s flow meters are ideal for the rugged conditions and demanding operating environment of the oil/gas industry. From production to refining to pipelines, McCrometer has a broad installed flow meter customer base worldwide. The company’s V-Cone® and Wafer-Cone® Flow Meter conforms to API 22.2 and meets the industry’s most stringent safety standards.

Hach Company

Hach Company

For many years, water quality has played a key role in the oil and gas industry. With the widespread adoption of hydraulic fracturing (fracing/fracking), the oil and gas industry's water management needs are higher today than ever, and so is the need to accurately determine water quality. More and more, the industry is looking to water as a valuable commodity rather than a cost.

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