Differential pressure flow transmitter guide released
Maple Valley, WA—To give engineers and end-users an unbiased look at differential pressure flow transmitters, authors Walt Boyes and David Spitzer, P.E., recently published 'The Consumer Guide to Differential Pressure Flow Transmitters." The two are principals in Spitzer and Boyes LLC.
Maple Valley, WA— To give engineers and end-users an unbiased look at differential pressure flow transmitters, authors Walt Boyes and David Spitzer, P.E., recently published 'The Consumer Guide to Differential Pressure Flow Transmitters." The two are principals of Spitzer and Boyes LLC . They report that their book provides the first completely independent guide to differential pressure flow transmitters, which are ranked by performance, model, and supplier.
"This guide is indispensable for designers, engineers, owners and end-users of flow measurement systems," say Boyes and Spitzer. "Now you can see where your transmitter ranks, and use this guide to help choose your next flowmeter."
This book is part of 'The Consumer Guide to.' series that provides a detailed and unbiased guide to the most commonly used flow and level sensors throughout the world, including Coriolis mass flowmeters; differential pressure flow transmitters; magnetic flowmeters; vortex shedding and fluidic flowmeters; and ultrasonic flowmeters.
Boyes and Spitzer add that they each have more than 25 years experience in the instrumentation, systems and automation industries and are world-recognized experts and analysts. For more information, visit tinyurl.com/84ae .
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