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With a history of development and innovation in flow sensors and instrumentation solutions since 1981, we are proud of our heritage, achieving growth in our customer base and product range. With international sales of over 2 million flowmeters and components into 50 countries worldwide, Titan’s design and manufacture capabilities of our standard range of flow meters and instrumentation and working with our OEMs to develop application-specific liquid flow solutions, has led to a repeat purchase percentage of 95%.
As we continue into the future, our commitment to our customers and customer service and dedication to quality will continue to be the foundation for our milestones in both innovation and growth.
Titan Enterprises established and released its first flowmeter sensor, the 100 series. A turbine device based on the Pelton Wheel design, it incorporated optical detection, tough bearings and could operate over 4 flow ranges.
Titan released its first mains operated analog rate totaliser instrument.
Titan designed a Flow Transducer for Opella and added the FT1 turbine flowmeter to Titan’s product portfolio when the design and tooling were bought back from them.
Titan worked with the Virgin Atlantic Challenge II team to develop a special venturi flowmeter to measure the engine’s fuel consumption.
Developed the 800 series turbine flowmeters in response to RS wanting to replace one of their unreliable products. The 900 series and 1000 series were born out of this development.
Expansion of the range of positive displacement (Oval Gear) flow meters to achieve wider flow ranges.
Development of a ½ pint beer flowmeter which was weights and measures approved for Whitbread based on a new Government Bill at the time. Ultimately the Bill did not get passed!
Initially Optical detector and later Hall effect, this latest Flow Transducer model based on one set of mouldings, allowed flexibility for a multitude of fittings and flow ranges due to customers’ often oversized pipes for the flow rate being monitored.
A positive displacement flow meter was produced for a weed control equipment supplier. A moulded half gear height device with the capability of adding a motor to make it into a gear pump. Each weed control machine comprised one pump and one flowmeter in a backpack with controlled droplet application. The design was later modified for larger push along carts and ink jet printers.
Working with OEM customer Brulines (now Vianet), Titan developed its low-cost Beverage flowmeter based on the 800 series design.
Titan develops the site flow indicator instrument for RS.
As well as extensions to the Oval Gear range, a bi-directional / dual flow model was developed for JCB and fitted to drilling rigs in mines.
A special Oval Gear flowmeter for Honda to be incorporated into a robotic arm measuring coolant flow.
Titan releases its first ultrasonic flow meter, the Atrato®, with patented ultrasonic technology deploying the ‘time of flight’ measurement system and handling flows from laminar to turbulent.
Titan worked with OEM customer Graphoidal Developments to design the Industrial Process Atrato®, a robust ultrasonic flowmeter to address the more challenging industrial process and control environment.
OEM developments included a kidney dialysis machine flowmeter using Titan’s patented ultrasonic technology, a special Oval Gear flowmeter designed for McCloskey rock crushing equipment, and a beer meter with conductivity and temperature specific to an OEM design.
Launch of the Metraflow® ultrasonic flow meter for high purity applications, such as ultra-pure water. Metraflow® uses Titan’s patented transit time ultrasonic flow sensor technology to accurately measure liquid travelling through a PFA flow tube.
Titan achieves NSF-Approval for its 800 series and Beverage flow meters as ‘equipment for food and drinks products’.
Titan adapts its 800 series turbine flowmeter in a bypass manifold for a bespoke multiple nozzle dispensing system for herbicide spraying.
Titan launches its new software interface for the Atrato® and Metraflow® ultrasonic flowmeters, giving a higher level of functionality and performance.
Titan releases its new pulse and analog converter, the Pulsite® Link, produces a new design for its Oval Gear models, and goes live with their new, content-rich website.