You may currently use mechanical meters at your utility—but did you know ultrasonic meters can deliver more value and capture additional revenue? Ultrasonic meters can be used in residential and commercial applications, helping utilities to manage their meter reading systems more efficiently.
Ultrasonic meters are designed with no moving parts, which helps them maintain an exceptional turndown ratio compared to mechanical meters. Other key features of ultrasonic meters include low-flow performance, pressure and alarm data, and long-term accuracy. Some ultrasonic meters offer connectivity to analytics software, which provides near real-time data to your utility.
During this on-demand webinar, you also will hear from Salisbury-Rowan Utilities, an early adopter of ultrasonic technology. In 2015, Salisbury-Rowan Utilities upgraded to ultrasonic meters and has since benefitted from minimized system maintenance, increased operational efficiencies and profits, diminished non-revenue water and improved response to customer inquiries and billing issues.
Key learning objectives:
- Understand the value proposition of ultrasonic meters
- Discover features to look for when considering ultrasonic meters, including pressure and alarms
- Learn how ultrasonic meters can interface with analytics software