Article | May 11, 2022

AFC SEMPER® Remote Pressure Monitors Provide Real-Time Insight To Miami Beach Water

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Over the past year, the Water Division of the city of Miami Beach, Florida, has seen its use of AMERICAN Flow Control SEMPER® Remote Pressure Monitors (RPM) grow. The Water Division initially purchased five units in early 2021. Three more AFC SEMPER RPMs were added a few months later and two more units were purchased in March 2022.

According to Water and Sewer Superintendent Jorge Maldonado and Metered Services Supervisor Carlos Cuervo, the city continues to expand its use of the AFC SEMPER RPM as a result of the accuracy of the data obtained, the convenience and ease of setup, and the information available through the Trimble Unity® software.

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