Flow sensor brochureThe new Verabar, a velocity averaging insert flow sensor designed for gas, liquid, and steam applications, is displayed in a free 6 page foldout brochure.Color photos and drawings illustrate the sensor, a unit that senses the natural differential pressure produced by the sensor in a flow stream. The product's low pressure port locations prevent clogging and produce a nonpulsating differential pressure signal.Source: Veris Inc., 6315 Monarch Park Pl., Niwot, CO 80503.New subsea sealing technology Click here to enlarge imageThe new Optima subsea connector promises first time connection every time and operational efficiency because of its enhanced angular and axial t...

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