The leadership team at SuperFlow realizes that we are facing a very unique situation with the COVID-19 virus. We want to reiterate that our focus is on our loyal Customers, our dedicated employees, and our communities at large.
The experts have painted a sobering picture for our nation. We are sure this is true for where ever you are located and reading this. We want to make it clear that SuperFlow is committed to “flattening the curve” and doing our part to overcome this global crisis.
With that said, our Colorado Springs office remains open in accordance with Colorado's 'Shelter in Place' orders. We will continue to do everything possible, within prevailing safe practices, to ensure our customers receive high-quality products and the level of technical service and support that they require.
Here are the steps we've taken to support our Customers, Employees and Communities during these times:
Power Test, the parent company of SuperFlow, has been through three major economic dips in the last 19 years and keeps coming out stronger because we developed and executed our strategic and tactical plans. This situation will be no different. We thank you for choosing the Power Test family of brands: Super Flow, Pivotal Pumps, AIDCO, Stuska, Axiline, Hicklin, and TCRS. Please contact your Sales or Service representative if you have any questions or concerns.
The necessity of flow-number comparison is something that anyone involved in flow testing must endure. Even if the number comparison is done on the same components and flowbench, it is important to know how to compare the numbers so the time and effort is worthwhile. The comparison process is necessary to evaluate published numbers vs. your own developed flow numbers. The first thing you learn in flow testing is that you must ask (or qualify) at what test pressure the flow numbers were recorded.
Even though the SuperFlow instruction manuals provide a chart for comparing flow numbers from one test pressure vs. another test pressure, not everyone has one, so the following information is supplied for easy use.
The chart in the SuperFlow instruction manuals for flowbench operation is based on the square root of the pressure ratio method. If you have flow numbers at a known test pressure and want to compare those numbers at a different test pressure, it is easy to do.
As an example, if you have flow numbers at 10″H2O test pressure and would like to know what the flow should be at 25″H2O test pressure, . So you would multiply the flow numbers taken at 10”H2O test pressure by 1.58 to see what the flow should be at 25″H2O.