Brooks Instrument introduces flow Blog

  • June 16, 2010
  • Brooks Instrument
  • News
June 16, 2010 – Brooks Instrumen launched a blog that will provide a venue for processing audiences in various industries to learn more about Brooks’ products and technologies, interesting applications, industry trends and more. The blog will also provide a space for customers and industry experts to share their ideas and opinions regarding all types of flow, pressure and level products and applications.Current topics on the blog include using secondary electronics with your mass flow meter or mass flow controller, using a rotameter (variable area meter) to measure flow and more. The Brooks blog will be updated weekly in categories such as Coriolis and thermal mass flow, level measurement, pressure applications, direct liquid injection vaporizer solutions and variable area meters.“The Brooks blog is going to be a great venue for us to share our internal experts with the world,” said Jim Hollis, marketing communications manager at Brooks Instrument. “It will also open the lines of communications with our customers by giving them a place to interact with Brooks’ experts.”A core team of experts will post to the blog, including members of Brooks’ management, sales and product management teams. Visitors will be able to share knowledge and find suggestions from some of the industry’s leading specialists.About Brooks InstrumentBrooks Instrument, LLC, based in Pennsylvania, is a company of highly trained specialists whose goal is to provide flow solutions that exceed customer expectations. The Company has a proven history of innovation including the first miniaturized Coriolis mass flow controller (Quantim), the first watertight and explosion proof thermal mass flow controller (Mf Series), the first thermal mass flow controller with Foundation Fieldbus (SLA Series), and the first variable area meter with Foundation Fieldbus (MT3809 & MT3750). Learn More

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