• kenv100

    The meter is for use with POTABLE COLD WATER up to 120°F (50°C) and working pressures up to 150 psi. The meter will perform with accuracy registration of 100% ± 1 1/2% within the normal flow range. Both pressure loss and accuracy tests are made before shipment. No adjustment need be made before installation. Should further tests be desired, the requirements in Table 5-3 AWWA Manual M6 should be followed.

  • kenS130

    The meter consists of the main case, a driven register or register pulser assembly. The main case is cast brass with raised characters showing direction of flow. The top plate is made of PPO-Glass-Loaded and scured by a closing nut made of Polyacetal-Glass Loaded which is threaded into the main case, sealed by the O-ring gasket. The main case is designed to house the impeller/magnet and transfers the flow to the register pulser. The register pulser is positioned to the top plate with expansion dowel pins and secured by a clamp made of Polyamide with a threaded securing pin and nut.

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  • kenSM150

    Based on no moving parts electromagnetic technology, SmartMeterTM is not affected by wear (and the subsequent inaccuracy caused by mechanical wear) even in areas where grit and sand are an issue. The meter’s advanced sensing technology also delivers extended operational life with long term accuracy. Its unique air detection system prevents measurement of air flow, which can occur at high points in the water network and at the start of water delivery. The robust new Fortron (PPS) base is totally resistant to acid/corrosion attack in all water conditions. The material has excellent properties of tensile strength, hardness and surface integrity. It can be used with brass and other metallic fittings.

  • kenTS4000

    TS4000 Turbine Meters are designed for installation where occasional low and moderate to high sustained flows are demanded. Water passes through the meter without a change in flow direction, driving a helix rotor in direct proportion to the quantity of water passing through the meter. Rotor revolutions are transferred to a register by a magnetic drive.

     

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    For monitoring hot water flows for batch or continuous flow processes, Elster AMCO Water provides inferential meters to accommodate a variety of flow rates, pipe sizes and maximum temperatures.

    Brass case/brass top plate model M190, multi-jet inferential meters are provided in sizes 1 and 1 ½”, for flows from ½ to 31 gpm and 7/8 to 88 gpm, respectively, in services with pressure up to 230 psi and 266º F. An externally powered pulser insert is available to provide a dry contact reed switch output of 1 contact per gallon (or per 10 liters).

    Model H4400, can be installed in services where water temperature can reach 350º F and pressures are up to 195 psi, 250 º F where pressure reaches 230 psi. Available in sizes 2”, 3” and 4” model H4400 offers improved low flow performance ± 2%. Two externally powered pulser models are available for the H4400, a reed switch pulser for output of 1 contact per 10 gallons or per 100 USG and an inductive (Namur) pulser for higher resolution, 3.785 contacts per 1 USG.

     

  • HT4000

    The HT4000 Hydrant Meter is designed for use where water flows from a fire hydrant. The HT4000 may also be used in temporary metering of well pumping, irrigation, construction, testing or similar non-permanent applications. Water passes through the meter without a change in flow direction, driving a helix rotor in direct proportion to the quantity of water passing through the meter. Rotor revolutions are transferred to a register by appropriate reduction gearing and a magnetic drive.

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    For measurement of a wide viscosity range, including light, medium and even heavy heating oil and diesel oil, the Elster AMCO Water line offers oil meters from 1/8” through 2”, covering flows from ¼ to 8000 gph with accuracy ± 1%.

    At the very lowest flow rates (¼ to 50 gph / 1 to 200 l/h) and operation up to 140ºF, Elster offers compact Oil Meter Models Elster4 and Elster8. Designed for measurement of #2 oil, Elster4 and Elster8 are suitable for measuring gasoline and other light heating oils for line lubrication and for heating units and industrial furnaces, gasoline engines, including emergency generators, and gasoline applications, as well as industrial batching or rate of flow applications.

    Oil Meter Models Elster15 (1/2”), Elster20 (3/4”), Elster25 (1”), Elster40 (1 ½") and Elster50 (2") are designed for monitoring oil (#2 through #6 on ¾” or larger sizes) in higher volume applications- including burners and boilers, fuel consumption in land or sea-based diesel and gasoline engines, industrial batching and rate of flow process control. Depending on size, meters provide highly accurate measurement of flows from 2.6 gph to 8000 gph (10 l/h to 30,000 l/h) up to 266º F. Standard threaded end units operate up to 225 psi; flanged end units are also available for operation up to 355 psi.

    All Elster AMCO Oil Meters can be equipped with both high and low-speed pulse output, for multi-dimensional interfacing for batching operations and rate of flow or remote totalization and control.

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    Model Elster 4, Elster 8 Download (pdf) 310 KB

     

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    This Elster AMCO Water line of high precision oscillating piston oil flow meters covers a range of flows from 2.6 to 800 GPH. These meters are capable of handling a wide viscosity range including light and medium heating oil, diesel, and even heavy heating oil (meters 3/4” and 1”). Accuracy is ±1% throughout the operating flow range for each meter. Each meter is tested with #2 oil at 70°F to verify the accuracy.

    Typical applications of the Elster AMCO oil meters include: Measuring heating oil consumption in burners for heating units and industrial furnaces; measuring fuel consumption in land-based and sea-based diesel engines including emergency power generators; industrial batching applications.

    The user has the option of mounting these meters horizontally, vertically or on any plane in between. To assist reading at whatever angle the meter is mounted, the register dial may be rotated through a full 360° (except on reed pulser units). Elster AMCO Water oil meters include a bottom plate that is easily removed to allow for cleaning or inspection of the measuring chamber without removing the meter from the line. Also, the register face features a 1:1 piston ratio low-flow indicator to detect plumbing leaks.

    Pulse units are available in both high and low speed pulse outputs, allowing multi-dimensional electronic interfacing for batch operations, rate of flow indications, or remote readouts and control. Typically, reed pulsers are used for remote totalization. The high resolution of the inductive pulser makes it ideal for rate of flow or batching. Compatible electronic equipment is available from Elster AMCO Water.

     

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    This Elster AMCO Water line of high precision oscillating piston oil flow meters covers a range of flows from 60 to 8000 GPH. These meters are capable of handling a wide viscosity range including light and medium heating oil, diesel, and even heavy heating oil. Accuracy is ±1% throughout the operating flow range for each meter. Each meter is tested with #2 oil at 70°F to verify the accuracy. Typical applications of the Elster AMCO Water oil meters include: Measuring heating oil consumption in burners for heating units and industrial furnaces; Measuring fuel consumption in land-based and sea-based diesel engines including emergency power generators; Industrial batching applications. The user has the option of mounting these meters horizontally, vertically or on any plane in between. To assist reading at whatever angle the meter is mounted, the register dial may be rotated through a full 360° (except on reed pulser units). Elster AMCO Water oil meters include a bottom plate that is easily removed to allow for cleaning or inspection of the measuring chamber without removing the meter from the line. Also, the register face features a 1:1 piston ratio low-flow indicator to detect plumbing leaks. Pulse units are available in both high and low speed pulse outputs, allowing multi-dimensional electronic interfacing for batch operations, rate of flow indications, or remote readouts and control. Typically, reed pulsers are used for remote totalization. The high resolution of the inductive pulser makes it ideal for rate of flow or batching. Compatible electronic equipment is available from Elster AMCO Water.