Sparling Instruments

Sparling Instruments

 

Sparling Instruments established line of electromagnetic and propeller flowmeters have been proudly made in the United States for over 100 years. Our quality American craftsmanship continues to provide cities and businesses across the Americas with the best in fluid flow measurement technology.

The History About Sparling Instruments

Sparling Instruments was founded in 1919 by Ray W. Sparling and began manufacturing propeller meters to measure water for irrigation, water distribution facilities and waste water plants. Sparling Instruments established line of electromagnetic and propeller flowmeters have been proudly made in the United States for over 100 years. Our quality American craftsmanship continues to provide cities and businesses across the Americas with the best in fluid flow measurement technology.

For over 100 years Sparling Instruments has introduced numerous products and systems focused on the measurement of water, chemicals and other liquids for municipal, industrial, and agricultural applications.

Our mission is to serve process measurement markets with flow and level instruments of superior quality. To do this best, we focus on the people and teams who rely on our meters throughout every step of our design process.

Sparling’s policy is to supply products and services that meet or exceed the requirements and expectations of our customers. We are committed to growth and continually improving the quality management system.

Sparling continues to manufacture its popular main line propeller meters and TigermagEP™ magnetic flow meters to measure water, chemicals, and slurries.

Sparling Instruments Products

Electromagnetic Flow Meter

Sparling Instruments’ TigermagEP™ electromagnetic meters are robust and versatile available in several configurations. These meters excel in measuring the flow of conductive liquids in full, closed pipes.

Sparling Instruments
Electromagnetic Flow Meter

With a wide variety of liners and electrodes, including ‘Hot Tap’ removable style, the TigermagEP™ can be utilized in many varied applications including water, agricultural irrigation, raw sewage, activated sludge, wastewater, pulp and paper, and mining. With its vertically integrated manufacturing facility, Sparling is easily able to manufacture meters for high temperature and high pressure.

Propeller Flow Meter

Sparling Instruments Propeller Flowmeters
Sparling Instruments Propeller Flowmeters

Sparling’s line of propeller flowmeters supplies an economical way to measure cold water in agricultural and municipal environments.

Positive Displacement Flow Meters

Sparling’s inventory of Oval positive displacement meters are designed for flow measurement of very small flow rates in applications requiring high accuracy.

Sparling Instruments Positive Displacement Flowmeters
Positive Displacement Flow Meter

These robust positive displacement fluid flow measuring devices are available in a wide variety of configurations and options including digital displays, mechanical counters, and battery powered models.

Vortex Flow Meter

Sparling offers vortex flow meters with rugged material construction and design engineering that are suited for a wide array of applications.

Sparling Instruments Vortex Flowmeters
Sparling Instruments Vortex Flowmeters

Injection molded and constructed of durable (PPS) polyphenylene sulphide material and stainless steel, these vortex meters can withstand extreme temperatures. These robust vortex flow meters are small, compact, lightweight measuring devices and available in a wide variety of configurations and options including wafer, flanged and with replaceable sensors.

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