A SIMPLE SOLUTION WITH POWERFUL CAPABILITIES
Thanks to a simple methodology and highly intelligent algorithms, our industrial measurement system reads your full volume of pipe continuously and removes any noise or interference giving you precise process measurement data. An inline measurement instrument, the Red Meter takes continuous readings which are recorded and used to perform a range of calculations by its integrated computer which are then displayed on screen and can be output to third party systems. Measurements include density, media pressure, flow rate and solids accumulator.
Whether we are working with process control engineers on the front lines or industry associations that define best practices and standards, our disruptive technology aims to create a new standard for industrial measurement. This new standard breaks free of legacy limitations, breathing new life into industries and applications that are essential to our global economies.
REAL TIME READINGS
No sampling, statistics or theory – our precise readings happen in real time.
Real-time, direct measurement
+/- 0.25% of reading
Measurements taken at any pipe diameter, regardless of slurry noise or abrasion.
NON NUCLEAR SOLUTION
Safe and reliable without the need for licenses, permits or specialist personnel.
DRY & WET PROCESSES
Our simplicity allows us to be configured in both wet and dry processes.
Interactive touch screen displays six measurement readings simultaneously.
News & Updates
Keep up to date with industry updates along with disruptive technologies and events. Our team covers the latest news on process control, process optimization, and reliability success.
What is IIOT? Which service areas does it require? Are any of these three models adequate to provide a turn-key solution for OEMs and end-users? Join us as we explore the answers to these questions and more…
Red Meters makes precise processing data accessible to all with the launch of Toro – a smaller, more affordable version of their signature product.
As of January 30th, 2020, Thermo Fisher Scientific has discontinued the production of its nuclear density gauges used to measure the density of slurries.
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