Consult a calibration lab before buying any custom constructed meters to make sure that calibration is possible and accurate. Also, getting their opinion before purchasing a meter can give you insight on stability and durability as they see many different manufacturers and models.
~Tessa P, Equipment Manager & Calibration Technician, Nappanee, IN
Pay attention to specific gravity of media vs. that which was used to calibrate meter - this WILL affect reading.
~Bryan K, Engineer, Henrietta, NY
From past experience, stick to the PD meters. Unless something horribly goes wrong, they just do not lie.
~Raphael W, Engineer, Northvale, NJ
Need to be specific on type of gas being measured and the installation location.
~Technical Support, San Jose, CA
Previous experience of the application and also extensive application experience of the staff.
~Matt B, Project Manager, Burnham, UK
Check for the best pricing with the best technology. Go with a company that offers technical support 24/7.
~Charles L, Engineering Consultant, Chester, VA
Do not try to save too much money when choosing a gas flowmeter.
~Josip T, Engineer, Split, Croatia
Compare several. Use the expertise of the manufacturer.
~Geoff F, Project Manager, Mississauga, Canada
Make sure you're able to calibrate your flow meters.
~Ryan B, Engineer, Webster, MA
Take into account total cost of ownership
~Felix O, Engineering Consultant, Calgary, Canada
Search before buying.
~João Alves, Installer and user, Palmela, Portugal