Thermal Instrument @ SOAR SHOW 2022 – Kansas City, MO – March 22-23
Ray Young, Kevin Johnson will be there to answer any questions and present some new options available with our flow measurement instrumentation. Thermal Instrument has been providing mass flow measurement for more than 60 years, and has been actively working within the Landfill industry dating back to the 1980’s.
Thermal Instrument flow meters are an excellent option for all environmental compliance applications. We offer our Model 62-9 Insertion probe with Teflon Coated Sensor Area for larger lines where there may be a coating issue due to a dirty application.
If you are looking for a solution for smaller line size flow measurement, we offer our Model 600-9 which can become an extension of your existing pipe line, potentially eliminating any concerns with pressure loss due to our unique unobstructed flow path design.
We will have examples of both flow meter styles as well as various electronic transmitter and calibration options to review with you.
Looking forward to seeing you in KC!
SOAR Show – Thermal Instrument Booth # 330
Thermal Instrument Company
217 Sterner Mill Road
Trevose, PA 19053
P: 215-355-8400 | F: 215-355-1789
About Thermal Instrument Company
Thermal Instrument Company (TIC), established in 1959, headquartered in Trevose, Pennsylvania, provides leading edge instrumentation solutions for measuring the mass flow rate of liquids and gases. TIC has been providing flow measurement solutions for more than 60 years to a variety of industries throughout the globe, and has an installed base in excess of 20,000 thermal mass flow measurement devices. TIC has provided flow measurement solutions for: natural gas to boilers, furnaces, and in pipelines; clean gases used in manufacturing processes; methane and landfill gas from wastewater and landfill sites; water for cooling and pharmaceutical applications; and numerous other liquids and gasses used in environmental and industrial processes. TIC offers a full line of thermal mass flow meters and flow switches available in either an unobstructed path in-line model, or as an insertion probe model. For more information about Thermal Instrument Company’s flow measurement solutions, please visit our website or contact one of our sales representatives.