Liquid Measurement Systems is proud to take part in the NGAUS 142nd General Conference Virtual Experience. The 2020 event is being live streamed from the National Guard Memorial in Washington, D.C. where industry experts will join together to bring the information to you virtually. LMS will be talking about fuel quantity gauging solutions, particularly for… Read more »
LMS TEAM raised $5055.00 and donations are still accepted until August 21st – thanks to all those that have donated!!
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Crash–Resistant Design Improves Safety, Survivability (GEORGIA, VT – 7 May 2020) – MD Helicopters, Inc. (MDHI) recently awarded a contract to Liquid Measurement Systems, Inc. (LMS) to design and qualify a new crash-resistant fuel gauging system for new deliveries of the MD 500 Series of Helicopters with a Certification of Airworthiness after April 5, 2020…. Read more »
Along with the rest of the community, LMS has been tracking the spread of the COVID-19 virus and its potential impact on public health. Our number one priority is for the safety of our employees and their families.
(GEORGIA, VT – 14 January, 2020) – Liquid Measurement Systems, Inc. (LMS) has been named one of the 2020 Best Places to Work in Vermont. The list is created annually by Vermont Business Magazine, the Vermont Chamber of Commerce, the Vermont Department of Economic Development, the Society for Human Resource Management/Vermont State Council and Best… Read more »
WC-135 Constant Phoenix’s mission is to monitor atmosphere for signs of nuclear explosion GEORGIA, VT – 28 August 2019) – Liquid Measurement Systems, Inc. (LMS) has been awarded a contract by L3 Harris Technologies (L3H) Reconnaissance Mission Systems (RMS) Sector of Greenville, Texas to develop a Liquid Oxygen (LOX) Measurement System for the US Air… Read more »
(GEORGIA, VT – 5 August 2019) – Liquid Measurement Systems, Inc. (LMS) has begun work on an improved fuel measurement and indication system for Viking Air Limited’s Canadair CL-215T and CL-415 Aerial Firefighter Fleet.
(GEORGIA, VT – 5 March 2019) – Liquid Measurement Systems, Inc. (LMS) has begun work on a fuel measurement system for Lockheed Martin Skunk Works®’ X-59 Low-Boom Flight Demonstrator aircraft. This new X-Plane is designed to dramatically reduce the sonic boom and will collect data that could help overturn government regulations that currently ban supersonic commercial flight over land.