Flow Meters & Metering Systems

Learn How to Improve Propeller Meter Reading, Reliability and Calibration

Are you having difficult reading your propeller meters in deep vaults?  Do your mechanical registers get damaged over time after exposure rain or prolonged submersion in meter pits?  Do you ever have to uninstall your propeller meters and send them back to the factory for calibration? Needless to say, you can’t afford to contend with these recurring problems, which can be stressful, time-consuming, and costly.

Fortunately, Water Specialties and McCrometer brand propeller meters can be easily retrofitted with an electronic FloCom register to solve all these application challenges. The process is far easier and more cost-effective than the alternatives.

The FloCom can either be mounted on the meter or remotely mounted, bringing the meter register out of the vault and onto a post or wall, or into an instrument box.  Remotely mounting the FloCom register will also protect it from the harsh environment of meter pits, thereby providing longer life and a more reliable metering product.

Furthermore, the FloCom also allows for more effortless calibration adjustment at the register, without the need for ordering any new parts or removing the meter from the service line.  FloCom kits also cost much less than replacing the whole meter and can improve the meters performance for many years to come.

In short, the FloCom is a great long-term cost-saving measure that will preserve and enhance your Water Meter‘s performance. As Florida’s leading expert in metering systems, Avanti Company has the experience, technology, and know-how to help you in this area. Please contact us if your propeller meters could use an upgrade to the FloCom digital register for Water Specialties and McCrometer meters.

You can reach us by calling 800-284-5231 or emailing info@avanticompany.com.

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