With a no-moving-parts design, high-resolution, increased accuracy, and adaptability, ultrasonic water meters such as Neptune’s MACH 10 allow utilities such as the City of Benicia, California to precisely measure low flows more consistently. This is ideal for applications requiring a wider operating range, including combination potable and residential fire service or irrigation systems. It’s also well-suited to reclaimed water or sandy water conditions, while eliminating wear points – reducing material and labor costs, and ensuring greater sustained accuracy over the life of the meter, saving potentially millions (of gallons as well as dollars) in non-revenue water (NRW).Today’s ultrasonic water meter technology is providing water utilities more flexible, more efficient, and more affordable options to leverage automatic meter reading (AMR) and advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) data. For technology that works for you, learn more about ultrasonic metering at neptunetg.com.
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