Pulsar Process Measurement
Alistair Mackinnon is the Director of Sales & Marketing for Pulsar Process Measurement and has been involved with the development of non-contacting flow and level measurement for over 30 years within the water, waste water and environmental markets. Supporting many distributors, Alistair has gained knowledge of many environmental monitoring projects throughout the world.
Non-contacting Velocity and level monitoring.
Non-contacting level and velocity measurements are key variables needed to establish flow indication. Pulsar has developed a range of non-contacting velocity devices and when combined with level indication can offer the end user the calculation of flow or the combination of both variables to make a decision about the condition of the network. Pulsar will present case studies to show how these variables can assist in the decision-making process.