McCrometer updates its flowmeter Web Site

  • October 27, 2010
  • McCrometer, Inc.
  • News
October 27, 2010 — Engineers and technicians searching for flowmeter solutions to support a wide range of oil/gas and other horizontal process industry applications will find that the McCrometer web site saves time by making industry application-specific flowmeter information easily accessible through new direct links to its Industry Centers.McCrometer’s new site design simplifies navigation through the addition of Industry Centers in the top menu bar. Located at the top-left corner of McCrometer’s home page, these links make it easy for professionals from the oil/gas and process industries to click directly through to flowmeter content that is tailored to meet their unique needs. As always, efficient top navigation and side toolbars at www.mccrometer.com make it easy for all instrumentation professionals to locate their target information in one or two clicks. The McCrometer site also features user-friendly Customer Service/Support options such as an automated Flowmeter Application Evaluation Search, as well as handy indexes of fluids and applications. A separate search option provides local sales rep office listings and contacts.McCrometer’s innovative instrumentation solutions solve a wide variety of industrial flow measurement challenges in liquid, steam or gas. After 55 years, McCrometer has become one of the industry’s most trusted flow measurement resources. The company concentrates solely on flow meter technologies, and its advanced product lines are recognized for their performance, reliability, low maintenance, long-life and low cost of ownership.McCrometer’s flow measurement solutions have been rising to meet the challenges of the oil/gas industry for more than three decades, offering unique performance and low cost of ownership for demanding work environments, including FPSO Vessels, Subsea Modules, Mounted Modules, Offshore Platforms and Wellheads. McCrometer flow meters are also ideal for industrial process plants requiring the economical handling of energy including industrial utilities, district energy facilities and power generation. Learn More

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