Flow meters for compressed air and industrial gases
The importance of compressed air and industrial gas monitoring
Save money, improve efficiency and get a worry-free night’s sleep by measuring and monitoring your compressed air and industrial gases. Compressed air and inert gases like helium, argon, nitrogen, and other, are expensive. For example, compressed air is 8-10 times more expensive than electricity, and industrial gases cost even a multitude of this. Studies has shown that the savings potential is huge: up to 50% of compressed air is spilled. And we have seen user cases of technical gas with such high savings potentials.
Pneumatic machines wear. Systems are often oversized, taking more energy than required. Leakage remains a notorious factor. By permanent monitoring, you can anticipate problems and ensure that the system is always available for your business needs. Our flow meters show you where, when and how much air or industrial gas is used. Discover large consumers, leakages, incompetent use and overdue maintenance. Use actual data to justify improvement investments and maintenance management in order to allocate cost and subsequently to save money and energy.
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Our VPFlowScope Flow Meters
Are you looking for a flow meter for the measurement of industrial gases or compressed air? Our flow meters offer solutions from supply to demand side measurement, and they are designed to be easy to use, affordable and complete. The VPFlowScope flow meters are suitable for measurement of compressed air, nitrogen, CO2, oxygen, helium, argon and other industrial gases. The VPFlowScope Flow Meters all measure four principles in one: mass flow, pressure, temperature and total flow. Moreover, all our flow meters can measure bi-directional flow.