Trapezoidal Flumes

2017-07-18T15:41:40+00:00

Trapezoidal Flumes Trapezoidal flumes fall into two principal groups, 60º V-notch flumes and larger trapezoidal flumes. The 60º V flumes have a sharp V-throat section similar to a V-notch weir and produce superior resolution for accurate flow measurement down to 1 gpm. The larger trapezoidal flumes, up to the 2 foot SRCRC flume, [...]

H, HS and HL Flumes

2017-07-18T15:56:42+00:00

H, HS and HL Flumes The H flume and related HS & HL flumes are gaining in popularity due to their ability to handle wide ranging flows that can vary by as much 100:1 or more from low to peak. Because of the unique throat, which resembles a weir in some respects, the [...]

Palmer-Bowlus Flumes

2017-07-18T15:43:40+00:00

Palmer-Bowlus Flumes The Palmer-Bowlus flume is well know in the sanitary field, and has been used in the Los Angeles area for over 60 years. It’s primary application is in pipelines, in round bottom channels or in manholes where it is often preferred because of cost and ease of installation that can minimize [...]

Parshall Flumes

2017-11-16T12:41:33+00:00

Download Typical Parshall Flume Specification Request A Parshall Flume Quotation Contact Us Parshall Flumes Used in monitoring sewage, plant effluent, storm water and irrigation water the Parshall flume is still the best known and most widely used for permanent installations. It is [...]