A case study, written/placed by RBMC in Flow Control, profiles how the U.S. Navy chose a flow meter for its newest aircraft carriers.
Defense contractor General Atomics needed a space-saving flow meter for the U.S. Navy’s Electro Magnetic Aircraft Launch System (EMALS) aboard its next-generation aircraft carriers. General Atomics contacted McCrometer to review its rugged differential pressure (dP) V-Cone ® Flow Meter.
With its built-in flow conditioning technology, the V-Cone Flow Meter’s minimal space and straight pipe run requirements work well within the tight-fit shipboard environment. It combines precision accuracy with piping configuration flexibility and low maintenance for superior value.
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