Greyline TTFM helps Summerheights Golf Links in Cornwall Ontario draw irrigation water from the South Raisin River

May 16, 2018 | Case Studies,Blog

Flow Monitoring for Golf Course Irrigation

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When it comes to irrigation, abstraction from rivers and local water sources is monitored closely, and businesses that are taking water from the environment are required to report their flow activity. Summerheights Golf Links in Cornwall, Ontario do just that, they abstract water for irrigation purposes from the South Raisin River. Flow rates in the river can become very low during dry periods so water extraction is regulated and monitored closely.

To measure and control water pumped into the sprinkler system at the golf course, a Greyline TTFM Transit Time Flowmeter with clamp-on flow sensors was installed on the outside of the main 152.4 mm (6 in) steel pipe from their pump station. Daily flow reports must be provided to the Ministry of Environment at the end of every golf season. So, the TTFM Transit Time flowmeter is equipped with an optional 2-million point data logger, which stores daily total, minimum and maximum flow rates.Summerheights golf club

The data from the flowmeter can be easily downloaded onto a USB stick and then transferred to the Ministry’s online reporting system, making the process of reporting flow simple and easy.

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May 16, 2018 | Case Studies,Blog

Flow Monitoring for Golf Course Irrigation

Printer Friendly Version Printer-Friendly Version

When it comes to irrigation, abstraction from rivers and local water sources is monitored closely, and businesses that are taking water from the environment are required to report their flow activity. Summerheights Golf Links in Cornwall, Ontario do just that, they abstract water for irrigation purposes from the South Raisin River. Flow rates in the river can become very low during dry periods so water extraction is regulated and monitored closely.

To measure and control water pumped into the sprinkler system at the golf course, a Greyline TTFM Transit Time Flowmeter with clamp-on flow sensors was installed on the outside of the main 152.4 mm (6 in) steel pipe from their pump station. Daily flow reports must be provided to the Ministry of Environment at the end of every golf season. So, the TTFM Transit Time flowmeter is equipped with an optional 2-million point data logger, which stores daily total, minimum and maximum flow rates.Summerheights golf club

The data from the flowmeter can be easily downloaded onto a USB stick and then transferred to the Ministry’s online reporting system, making the process of reporting flow simple and easy.

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