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Cranston, RI, USA, July 30, 2013Primary Flow Signal (PFS), the leading designer and manufacturer of innovative, durable, and accurate flow-metering solutions for water/wastewater, industrial, and oil & gas applications, announces its participation in the 2013 Water/Wastewater Automatic Controls (WWAC) Symposium held at the Crowne Plaza Orlando-Universal Hotel in Orlando, Florida at booth #17 on August 7 and 8.

The WWAC Symposium is presented by the ISA Water/Wastewater Industries division, in collaboration with the Florida Section of the AWWA (FSAWWA), the Florida Water Environment Association (FWEA), and the WEF Automation and Info Tech Committee. The symposium is designed to help professionals in the water and wastewater industry understand how automatic control applications impact the processing and distribution of water.

PFS will be exhibiting in booth #17 during the following exhibition hours:

Wednesday, August 7 from 9:45am – 4:00pm
Thursday, August 8 from 9:45am – 4:00pm

“We are pleased to be exhibiting at the Water/Wastewater Automatic Controls Symposium,” said Bruce Briggs, President of Primary Flow Signal. “We invite water industry professionals to visit our booth to learn more about how our water and wastewater flow metering technology can provide accurate measurement in their facilities.” 

PFS’s metering solutions are designed and manufactured in the United States by the industry’s largest team of specialized hydraulic engineers, backed by extensive laboratory and field testing, ISO 9001-2008 certification, and efficient vertically-integrated facilities. PFS’s products, including differential producing Venturi, WedgeType™, orifice plates, and PTC-6 primary flow elements, deliver a level of differential metering accuracy, reliability, and versatility, coupled with unparalleled engineering support, simply not available from other metering solutions.

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