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Altus, OK, USA, October 16, 2013 – Turbines, Inc., the leader in the design and manufacture of reliable and accurate turbine flow metering solutions, expands its comprehensive cryogenic monitoring capabilities with the release of its integrated Portable Delivery System.

The Portable Delivery System is an innovative cryogenic delivery solution that includes the company’s highly accurate CDS1000 monitor to display real time temperature and flow parameters in digital and graphic form; a TMC cryogenic meter that is designed for ultra-low temperatures and deliver documented +/- 0.5% calibration or better; and cryogenic piping – all of which is encapsulated in a durable, NEMA 4 fiberglass enclosure with clear cover. 

The Portable Delivery System was developed to provide liquefied transport vehicles, as well as restaurants, manufacturers, warehouses, and even supermarkets, an easy to install, highly accurate portable measurement system for their cryogenic gas supplies. This durable system handles temperatures ranging from -40°F to +125°F and displays delivery total, temperature, pressure, and flow rate, ensuring the gas distribution process and storage stay within industry specifications. 

“Our cryogenic gas customers have been seeking a simple, intuitive, and highly effective system for monitoring their gas supplies,” said Kenneth Nugent, Director of Business Development at Turbines, Inc. “The Portable Delivery System meets this requirement and takes it another step forward by proactively recognizing warning signs and take the appropriate measures to prevent costly damage to their cryogenic gas pumps, meters, and storage equipment.” 

Turbines, Inc. serves a range of industries and applications, from oil and gas, to cryogenic liquids, to custody transfer. Turbines, Inc.’s high quality products, fast and reliable order fulfillment, and commitment to customer and technical support, have made them an industry leader in reliable flow metering. 



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