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Major strides have been made in clamp-on ultrasonic technology, some major breakthroughs are profile disturbance compensation that allows a flow meter to remain accurate by correcting for upstream piping configuration. Furthermore, steam flow measurement using a non-intrusive device is now possible and its capabilities will soon be available for superheated steam! Using ultrasound to measure steam flow offers a major improvement in accuracy over existing technology as well as a huge drop in installation/maintenance costs.
Sales Manager, FLEXIM (representing Vanko)
Nik came to FLEXIM 12 years ago with a background in biochemistry. Since then he has been responsible for technical sales, service and operations for 13 US States and Western half of Canada. Nik has helped FLEXIM develop its product based on customer needs. FLEXIM's non-intrusive flow measurement solutions have done much more than just measure flow, such as measure concentration, temperature, internal pipe conditions, and presence of phase change. Nik lives in Northern California and has enjoyed traveling extensively and meeting customers in every imaginable industry and occupation.