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Six Critical Things You Can Learn from a Flow Spot Check

You likely have a fixed system to monitor liquid or steam flow in your facility. How are your pipes holding up since you first installed your system? Could pipe age or condition affect your flow measurement readings? How do you verify that your current meters are working correctly? How do you identify possible leaks? A spot check or flow survey with a portable flowmeter may be a simple way to keep your system operating effectively and efficently.

GE's Dan Kilpatrick talks about ultrasonic flow measurement, and specifically the six critical things you can learn from a portable flow survey or spot check and how they can save you time, money, and improve your process.

Recorded Thursday, March 12, 2015 at RAECO-LIC LLC

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Daniel Kilpatrick, GE Measurement & Control Key Account ManagerAbout the speaker: Dan Kilpatrick is a key account manager for GE Measurement & Control.  His 25-year career in instrumentation and controls includes working as a sales engineer for manufacturers' representative companies, direct sales, and an integrated systems boiler controls company.

Dan has an engineering degree from Marquette University and still enjoys getting out in the field, showing customers how to get the most out of portable flow measurements.

We thank Dan for sharing his knowledge during this exclusive session for our customers.

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