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Flowrox Scaling Watch – innovation for imaging pipe scaling

Release date 06/30/2014


Flowrox Scaling Watch is an accurate solution for online, pipe scaling or fouling measurement. The system monitors scaling thickness and growth online and calculates free volume index, which informs how much free space still exists in a process pipe.

Flowrox Scaling Watch was launched on Tuesday 17th June 2014 during the Flowrox Sales Conference. Almost 100 Flowrox representatives and employees from all over the world were gathered to Holiday Club Saimaa. During the day benefits of the new product were introduced and user experiences of installed systems were shared.

In addition to Finland, the new product has been pre-marketed in USA, South Africa and Australia. The latest Flowrox Scaling Watch sold in Finland was assembled to the customer production line just before the sales conference. Flowrox representative in this sales case was Head of Service Sales Kalevi Kettunen, who describes the case extremely positive, since it creates fast added value for the customer. Assembling Flowrox Scaling Watch in the process brings remarkable savings to the customer. The system enables optimizing the process and dosing the chemicals and increases the operational reliability of the plant.

Flowrox Scaling Watch is targeted to the customers who suffer from scaling in different phases of their process. By using this device, it is possible to dose anti-scaling chemicals more accurately and gain remarkable savings. With Flowrox Scaling Watch it is also possible to optimize process and prevent the unexpected downtime in production.

Further information:    Simo Manninen, VP, Marketing, p. +358 40 576 2635
                                     Product inquiries: sales@flowrox.com

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Tuija Tiilikainen
e-mail: tuija.tiilikainen(a)flowrox.com
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