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Orange arrow What is the difference between a 5/8 and a ¾ meter?

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  Water meters have drastically improved through the years. Prior to some of these changes, the industry referred to a meter that could process flow rates of 1-20 GPM with a 13 psig pressure drop as a 5/8 meter. Therefore a meter that can handle 1-20 GPM with a ¾” NPT connection was refe...
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Orange arrow Why is it recommended to install some residential water meters horizontally.

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  For Multi-jet dry type meter: The measuring impeller and register are magnetically coupled not directly connected, it is designed to be installed horizontally to insure the actual meter accuracy stays within the published accuracy curves. If the meter is installed vertically the distance between t...
Orange arrow Is the WM-PC Series meter resettable?

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  No, not by itself. If you add a pulse output to it and connect that to our KAL-D06, that would provide a way to "reset" your totals. You would have a mechanical running total on the WM-PC meter and a resettable total on the KAL-D06 digital pulse reader (this reset can also be disabled). We've pa...
Orange arrow I purchase a WM-NLC-075-R/1P meter with pulse output, my remote display is further then the length of wire that came with your meter. How do I extend the wire?

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  The wire that comes with any of our water meters that have a pulse output is generally about 10 feet. If you need to extend this wire you may go up to a maximum of 2000 feet. You only need a light duty wire, we generally recommend thermostat wire or telephone wire since it is relatively inexpensive...
Orange arrow I live in Enfield, CT and I need to install a deduct water meter to get a credit on my sewer bill. What do you recommend?

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  We have had many questions from Enfield Connecticut about our water meters. Your township does allow you to purchase a meter in gallons or cubic feet but we are hearing from a lot of Enfield Residents it is easier to go with the cubic feet water meter. We have looked at Enfield's online form for me...

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