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Accu-Tech average salary is $51,334, median salary is $29,500 with a salary range from $29,500 to $95,000.
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Research Associate 29,500-29,500 Vista, CA, 92083 2010 Accu-Tech Research Associate Salaries (2)
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Programmer Iii 95,000-95,000 Roswell, GA, 30075 2010 Accu-Tech Programmer Iii Salaries (1)
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  • Accutech
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Foxboro, MA
  • Accutech provides a bureau and consultancy service for the design of fluid flow systems. We use our state-of-the-art computer software to accurately model your pipe layout, pumps, fans and other line equipment. We can design and analyse almost any fluid flow system including multiple pumps, fans, control valves and nozzles. Our service is particularly effective in the modelling of existing systems prior to upgrade. Using layout drawings and other site information we can develop a computer model of the pipe system as it currently exists. Then, using site measurements of flows and pressures, we can calibrate the model to known