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Greyline Instruments, Inc.

www.greyline.com
Massena, NY 13662   map
Phone: 315-788-9500, 888-473-9546 (toll free)
Fax: 315-764-0419
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New Flow Meter for Large Channels
November 7, 2013 — Monitor flow through large open channels and partially filled pipes. This new AVMS 5.1  Multi-Sensor Area-Velocity Flowmeter is designed for municipal stormwater, combined effluent, raw sewage and irrigation water. The Greyline AVMS 5.1  M ...
Portable Ultrasonic Flow Meter
February 22, 2013 — Easily measure flow from outside a pipe. This new PTFM 1.0 Portable Transit Time Flow Meter is designed to accurately measure clean liquids like water, oils and chemicals. Use it for calibrations, troubleshooting, spot checks and balancing flow. Set-up through the handheld meter is fast with a user-friendly, 5-key menu system. The clamp-on transducers mount on plastic or metal pipes and ultrasonic signals are injected through the pipe between the two sensors. It works on full pipes with...
New Non-Contacting Ultrasonic Flowmeter
November 29, 2012 — No down time, no pipe cutting Accurately measure flow from the outside of metal or plastic pipes. The new Greyline TTFM 1.0 Transit Time Flowmeter includes clamp-on ultrasonic transducers for easy flow measurement of liquids including wate ...
New Pump Station Level Controller with Redundancy
November 13, 2012 — The new PSL 5.0 Pump Station Level Controller from Greyline Instruments features redundant level sensing. It includes a non-contacting ultrasonic sensor and you can also connect a loop-powered pressure sensor for redundant sensing in applications with fo ...
Flowmeter Troubleshooting
August 8, 2011 — An Ontario municipality deploys Portable flowmeters to solve flow rate discrepancies between sewage pump station effluent and lagoon influent flowmeters
Data Logging Open Channel Flow Meter Prepares Flow Reports
March 21, 2011 — This new model OCF 5.0 Open Channel Flow Monitor uses a non-contacting ultrasonic sensor to measure wastewater flow through flumes or weirs. It features a powerful, built-in data logger with on-screen flow reports and output to USB flash drives plus Windows software to display and graph flow reports in fully customizable formats.
Water Accountability - Portable Monitoring Instruments Solve Flow Rate Mystery
February 17, 2011 — The Glen Walter Sewage Collection System was built to service 1080 customers in 1989. At the time the population was 850 but by 1995 the sewage treatment plant had already reached capacity. Shawn Killoran took over the Operations Manger position in 1999 and, along with the Mayor and Council, he immediately had concerns about the excess flow.
New Ultrasonic Level & Flow Monitor
February 17, 2011 — This new SLT 5.0 Level & Flow Monitor from Greyline Instruments features a non-contacting ultrasonic sensor and a simple, built-in 5-key calibration system. The SLT 5.0 can be used as a level transmitter for tank inventory applications with continuous display and control, or it can be used as an open channel flow monitor with display and totalizer.
New Area-Velocity Flow Meter the AVFM 5.0
January 12, 2011 — Monitor flow through open channels, partially full sewer pipes and surcharged pipes without a flume or weir. This new flowmeter is designed for municipal stormwater, combined effluent, raw sewage and irrigation water.
New Differential Level Controller Also Measures Flow
September 17, 2010 — Reduce costs and simplify instrumentation at treatment plant headworks. The new Greyline DLT 2.0 can measure both differential level at a barscreen, plus open channel flow through a flume. It works with two non-contacting ultrasonic sensors. One sensor is installed upstream from the barscreen and a second sensor downstream for differential level control. Or you can install the second sensor in a flume to control and transmit differential level control plus flow.
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