Birmingham, AL (PRWEB) March 28, 2014
Flow Control magazine is pleased to announce GPI as the exclusive sponsor of a Technology Portal on turbine flowmeters at FlowControlNetwork.com. The portal covers technology and application trends associated with turbine flowmeters, including news and product information, technology descriptions, and video tutorials.
Flow Control’s Technology & Application Portal program provides sponsored-content microsites focused on specific fluid handling technologies, such as flow, level, pressure, pumps, valves, seals, filters, etc., as well as applications, such as custody-transfer measurement, emissions control, LNG measurement, vibration monitoring, water & wastewater treatment, etc. The microsites are narrowly tailored to provide in-depth coverage of key technology and application segments.
GPI’s Turbine Flowmeter Technology Portal includes a downloadable industrial meter catalog that provides detailed information on GPI’s turbine flowmeter product line. The portal features pages for industrial, commercial, and economy flowmeters, which include a downloadable spec sheet for each product. The portal also features a page of videos to help explain how turbine flowmeters work.
To access GPI’s Turbine Flowmeter Technology Portal, go here. Other portals currently available at FlowControlNetwork.com include:
> Clamp-On Ultrasonic Flowmeters
> Coriolis Flowmeters
> Custody Transfer Application
> Electromagnetic Flowmeters
> Radar Level Measurement
> Sight Flow Indicators
> Thermal Flowmeters
> Turbine Flowmeters
> Ultrasonic Level Measurement
For more information on how to sponsor a Flow Control Application and/or Technology Portal, email FlowControl(at)GrandViewMedia(dot)com.
About Flow Control Magazine
Flow Control magazine is the leading source for technical information on fluid handling systems design, operation and maintenance. It focuses exclusively on technologies for effectively moving, measuring and containing liquids, gases and slurries. It aims to serve any industry where fluid handling is a requirement.