Anaergia—a leader in renewable Biogas technology, offering solutions that reduce reliance on conventional energy sources though innovative processes—provide quality in every Biogas delivery
Leading Canadian Biogas supplier Anaergia recently selected Max Machinery’s Model 213 flow meter, in order to monitor odorant dosing levels, in the final step of a meticulous process: injecting Biogas into the natural gas grid.
As a result of the recent success in the U.S.; enhanced recover of natural gas from shale deposits has captured the attention of other nations who wish to follow suit. Natural gas production has reached an all-time high and foreign markets are taking note. Breaking away from imported sources of energy is a common theme amongst nations joining the revolution.
Max Machinery, Inc. and Distributor E.D.C. Control (Monterrey, N.L.- Mexico) have joined forces to create a custom website for Mexico’s Industrial Flow Measurement Industries
Continued success and ongoing growth in the Mexican industrial flow measurement market has led Max Machinery, Inc. to reach out to long-time distributor EDC Control to help build a valuable and unique website tailored to the needs of Mexico’s Engineers. Visit the new site at: www.maxmachinery.mx
Max Machinery, Inc is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company
In a brochure titled What’s theBottom Line? put out by the International Standardization Organization (ISO) it is revealed that independent studies by the US Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) and the US Department of Commerce, ‘show that standards and related conformity assessments have an impact on 80% of the world’s trade in commodities’.
Calibrating the largest of the Max flow meter test stands is no light task. To do so, Max’s Operation Manager Andrew Hiles and Production Engineer Peter Michenfelder have brought in Bill Osterman owner and operator of Petroleum Calibration, Inc. who specializes in mobile calibration services. His Small Volume Prover meets Gravimetric Water Draw certification standards and is capable of testing the calibration stand’s reference meters across their 1.2L/min to 1400 L/min flow range.
In 2010 an incident occurred in Massachusetts where a construction site set was set ablaze after a gas leak—with little to no-odorant—had gone undetected by crews on-site and eventually lead to an explosion. One person died and seven others were injured in the aftermath.