Drilling and Flow Calibrating Small Holes Down to One Micron in Diameter

Lenox Laser, Inc. drills and flow calibrates small holes from one micron in diameter to six thousand microns in diameter. After flow calibrating, these orifices have a flow diameter that can be used with simple fomulae to accurately predict flow rates through them for any gas or mixture of gases under various pressure and temperature…

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Lenox Laser Flow Certifications

Our methods of testing and calculating are new and unique. Our testing methods and our calculating methods will be described in a three page description included with this explanation. Basically all test methods described depend on comparing a part being tested to one of our standards. We have over one-hundred standards which were developed by…

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Solve Your Flow Control Problems With Flow Calibrated Orifices

Flow calibrated orifices have a flow diameter that can be used to calculate the flow rate of any gas or mixture of gases when the absolute inlet/outlet pressures and absolute temperature are known. The flow diametre gives accurate results regardless of the actual shape of the hole. Holes flow calibrated by the Lenox Laser Corporation…

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Small Hole Applications

The small hole, orifice or aperture is the key element of any device or instrument designed to control or measure the flow rate of a gas or liquid. In the recent past, the gasoline piston engine went through a transition that improved performance and reliability. Precision made small holes brought to life the fuel-injection process,…

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Bob Gidner Designs flow for World Trade Center Fountain

Lenox Laser’s Bob Gidner, senior Flow Engineer designed and built a doughnut orifice nozzle for the World Trade Center fountain in New York City back in the 1970’s. The 16 foot circular nozzle would displace a flat sheet of water over the fountain. Then the water would ripple down on a 100 foot circular piece…

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