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Getting Your Water Meter Ready for Winter

Winters in Florida are not regarded for being particularly chilly. With average wintertime temperatures ranging from 65 to 41 degrees Fahrenheit and highs of almost 77 degrees Fahrenheit, Florida actually has the mildest winters in the United States. Nevertheless, even in the absence of snow and frost, water meters and other types of industrial meters … Continued

Why Are Smart Water Meters Necessary?

One of the best innovations for water conservation and cost-savings is the development of smart water meters, which is gradually replacing the conventional methods of measuring water consumption. A smart water meter is a device that wirelessly connects to a local or wide area network to enable remote water usage monitoring and leak detection, minimizing … Continued

McCrometer’s Electromagnetic Flow Meter for Agriculture and Irrigation

  Electromagnetic meters, commonly referred to as mag meters, are a velocity-type water meter. These devices measure velocity utilizing electromagnetic properties, as opposed to other flow measurement techniques. The additional advantage of electromagnetic meters being able to measure flow in either direction is that they don’t rely on mechanical parts to do so. They might … Continued

What You Can Do to Help Make Water Meters More Accessible

Depending on its location and type, a water meter may require regular inspection. Therefore, it is essential that water meters are always accessible so that they may be inspected and analyzed promptly. Having easy access to the meter also ensures that it can be swiftly turned off in an emergency. The property owner or tenant … Continued

Three of the Most Commonly Used Water Metering Devices

The volume of water used by a residential or business facility supplied with public water is measured using a device known as a water meter. Water metes can also be used to monitor ¬†flow of water at specific locations in the system to detect abnormal conditions. Water meter readings are the responsibility of the water … Continued

3 Reasons to Upgrade Your Flow Metering Equipment

Flow meters are no exception to the adage that all good things must come to an end. Due to the fact that routine maintenance is the most dependable method of evaluating the status of your equipment, you should be able to spot the warning signs of a meter that is not performing as intended, allowing … Continued

The Value of Meter Data in Water Utilities

Water meter data can be a utility’s best friend or its worst enemy. Collecting water data is a challenging operation for certain utilities. Antiquated technology or inaccurate meters make it difficult to get reads at all, let alone evaluate them. Analytics software can assist utilities in overcoming these obstacles and maximize the value of their … Continued

Checking for Leaks in Meters

Smart water meters are a great way to save a multitude of resources. Many cities across the globe have begun replacing their older thecnology water meters in favor of newer smart meters. Due to their¬† ability to detect leaks, their capability to remain accurate for the whole life of the meter, and cutting down on … Continued

Sewer Flow Monitoring with the Avanti Company

Sewer flow monitoring is a crucial complement to running an efficient utility system in large and small cities alike. Proper sewer flow monitoring helps ensure the property safety and operations of wastewater collection systems. The Avanti Company offers sewer flow monitoring services, along with industrial meters, and water meters, to utilities and private sewer operators … Continued

How Residents Can Keep Their Water Meters More Accessible

Water meters may be checked often, depending on the location and type of water meter. It is crucial that water meters are accessible at all times so that they can be quickly checked and assessed by staff. Obstructed meters mean a meter reader will have to come back to the property at a later time … Continued

The Top 3 Residential Flow Meters and Accessories

Monitoring water flow and water usage is essential for all buildings and facilities to track their consumption for conservation and budgeting purposes. Many places have local, state, and area restrictions and regulations about water consumption. Monitoring water flow with water meters can help verify the accuracy of consumption, identify leaks, conserve water, and help make … Continued

From The Blog

How Users Save Money with Ultrasonic Clamp-On Meters

In the past, installing new meters for non-billing purposes has been an expensive and time-consuming process. There needs to be a hole that can accommodate one or more workers, or in some cases, a crane. Additionally, the system needs to be stopped and flushed. Because of this, many put off replacing or adding meters to … Continued