Oil & Gas

Crestwood Midstream
Utilizing clamp-on ultrasonic [FLEXIM] meters really improved our profitability. I was surprised the meters handled just about everything we threw at them. They were far more robust and accurate than I thought they would be. This is a capability every midstream operations manager should have.Mike H.Director of Operations
Ameren Gas Storage
We have about 100 FLEXIM meters installed at numerous storage fields. We have been very pleased with the accuracy and reliability. We have also been pleased with the service and knowledge of the representatives.Max F.Supervisor
Cardinal Gas Storage
We invested in 3 different types of GE ultrasonic meters, insertion and clamp-on. We had issues and paid for GE technicians to get these meters working. My company decided to not throw any more money at the GE meters and we just abandoned them all together. We had 8 of them at one facility and 5 of them at the other. Once we found FLEXIM, we put it right beside the GE meters and tested it for 1 yr. I can honestly tell you I've never had to come back to it due do flows errors. We now have them all over our three facilities. I put these FLEXIM meters on everything.Justin P.I/E Manager
Buckeye Petroleum Terminal
We needed flow measurement for pipeline leak detection. I knew I wanted a flowmeter that was nonintrusive and highly accurate with a solid operational history to communicate to our control system. We selected FLEXIM's 4-path meter for this highly sensitive flow measurement. The accuracy has met Buckeye’s needs and satisfied the Coast Guard’s oversight requirement during marine discharge activities. We have been up and operating for more than a year and there have been no issues. One nice thing about the ultrasonics is that if there is an issue, they are easy to access to make any changes. But, since there are no moving parts, I don’t see any issues in the future.David M.Senior Project Manager
Mid-Atlantic Chipmaker
The FLEXIM meter we chose was portable and worked on all the pipe sizes. It also measured slow flows very accurately. We've been going to each lateral and totaling the flow over a particular period of time. Then we compared that to the tool's mass flow meters. When we compared the performance to our own buildings flowmeters, the FLEXIM meter was quite accurate.AnneProfessional Engineer
United Riverhead Terminal
We installed a FLEXIM HPI meter for flow and interface detection to improve our operations. We were losing money because we could not detect the exact moment when the product arrived from the barge so that we could divert it to the right tank. The HPI meter was successful in exactly identifying both of the interfaces. That information allowed us to minimize the amount of number two that was downgraded. The meter also provided accurate real-time rate and total volume of product and cutter movements. That saved us between 1,500 and 2,000 barrels which translates into $30,000 in savings. That should translate to an annual savings of $750,000.Scott K.Operations Manager
NASA
FLEXIM is selected as the preferred meter; this predicated on investigations including technology search, market survey, technology familiarization, unit familiarization, expected accuracy analysis, and actual field testing. Independent testing by KSC and CEESI laboratories confirms the 1% accuracy specification of FLEXIM.Michael K.URS Corporation for NASA
Eastern Reservoir Services
It soon became apparent that clamp-on ultrasonic metering was the way to go. I researched all of the meters available and narrowed it down to FLEXIM. We had a few meters in for demonstrations and it won out because it had the features we needed, including a 16-hour battery. It was also the most intuitive and fast to install.Bram A.ERS Field Engineer