ABOUT KAMSTRUP

Kamstrup is a world-leading supplier of energy and water metering solutions. For 75 years, we have delivered reliable, cost-effective ways to measure and manage energy and water consumption worldwide. By anticipating our customers' challenges, we enable them to run a better business and inspire smarter, more responsible solutions for the communities they serve. Our solutions include consumption meters, smart metering systems, hosting and services, analytics and smart grid applications. All products are produced with the highest certifications for environmental safety and quality in our automated production facilities in Denmark and the USA.

FEATURED PRODUCTS

flowIQ® 4200 is a hermetically sealed water meter intended for measurement of cold water consumption in multi-unit buildings, commercial applications and industry.

Electronic ultrasonic cold water meter for measurement of cold water consumption in households, multi-unit buildings and industry.

Electronic ultrasonic Reclaimed water meter for measurement of Reclaimed water consumption in households, multi-unit buildings and industry.

Electronic ultrasonic cold water meter for measurement of cold water consumption in households, multi-unit buildings and industry.

Kamstrup has expanded on its already proven ultrasonic technology by including the ability for its newest meter, the flowIQ® 2200, to listen for leaks via acoustic leak detection – which makes it the first and only single solution with integrated acoustic leak detection available to the market.

The flowI® 2100 & 3101 series Encoded Meter is a smart water meter based on the latest ultrasonic technology. The meter has no moving parts and maintains its accuracy throughout its entire lifetime of 20 years.

Discover how you can utilize the full value of your meter data

CONTACT INFORMATION

Kamstrup

245 Hembree Park Drive, Ste. 110

Roswell, GA 30076

Phone: 404-719-7367

FEATURED ARTICLES

  • Kamstrup Water Metering, LLC, a global leader in smart metering technology, opened the doors at its new North American headquarters and manufacturing facility in Forsyth County, Georgia, on Thursday.

  • Established in 1990 by the Florida Land and Water Adjudicatory Commission, St. Lucie, Florida West Services District is a 4,600-acre community development district that provides safe drinking water and exceptional service to the residents and businesses it serves.  

  • Water utility systems that have transitioned to AMI benefit from increased revenue, reduced risk, improved customer relations, and widespread efficiencies across operations.

  • Explore how Madison County, challenged by increased demand, a growing customer base, and a system that was administered by the city, decided it was time to transition to an AMI water meter solution. 

  • Explore how Oneida's water department went from dealing with water loss, partnering up and solving the challenge, and getting unexpected results. 

  • Whatever number a utility estimates as its non-revenue-water (NRW) loss rate — 20 percent, 30 percent, or more — the willingness to address it is often inversely proportional to the cost of doing so. Now, leak detection options that include acoustic monitoring as a built-in feature of residential water meter replacement are cutting the costs and complexity of identifying NRW losses and recapturing lost revenues.

  • Decades ago, farmers and ranchers around San Marcos, Texas, formed a utility to get water to cattle. Today, Crystal Clear Special Utility District (CCSUD) serves not only rural operations but swaths of a growing metropolis stretching from San Antonio to Austin, providing water to nearly 6,000 connections.

  • The Danish technology company, Kamstrup came out of 2020 with a satisfying result despite COVID-19. The high level of investments in innovation and technology and expansion into new markets continued.

  • Danish company Kamstrup, a world-leading supplier of energy and water metering solutions with headquarters in Denmark as well as local operations and a production facility in Roswell, Georgia, has launched its newest solution to the North American market: an acoustic leak detection solution consisting of the flowIQ® 2200 ultrasonic residential water meter, Leak Detector software and supporting services.

  • The fast-growing city of Lincolnton, North Carolina, installs new metering system that’s addressing “meterbox blindness” – and quickly recovering lost revenue in the process.

  • Non-Revenue Water is a well-known global problem that results in large volumes of water being lost. It is a very real challenge faced by the majority of water utilities as a consequence of increased urbanization, higher demand, increased prices and aging distribution networks.

  • Using the latest and greatest technology has become commonplace. We use it every day to stay informed and connected. Today, utilities are leveraging digital technology by transforming tasks that were once manual to digital.

  • Ira Township in Fairhaven, MI used to have a variety of water meters with different reading technology—radio, touchread, automatic reading boxes and direct-read meters. On average, the meters were 19 years old and some were as old as 40 years. “With meters that old, we were not recouping all the revenue we should be,” says Chris Hiltunen, Ira Township Water & Department of Public Service Superintendent.

  • Significant water loss leads to new technologies putting the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians on the cutting edge of service.

  • When Hank Zwart took over as director of public works in 2014, the city was in the initial phases of installing a walkby system that was eight-year-old technology. Knowing this older metering technology is not the best way forward, Zwart and the City of Prescott decided to implement the latest AMR technology that supports future migration to AMI. To meet this goal, City of Prescott chose Kamstrup’s READy AMR system.

  • At Horizon Apartments in Lexington, SC, property owner Rick Tangri faced a challenge common among property owners: he billed his tenants a flat rate for water, but his property water bills continued to rise. Unsure of where the high water bills were stemming from, Mr. Tangri decided to explore smart water meter options as a way to save water and money.

VIDEOS

  • Join the Kamstrup product team as they delve into the features and benefits of Kamstrup’s dynamic communications portfolio. Explore how these meters not only simplify AMI deployment but also empower utilities by actively listening for and locating leaks, thereby enhancing overall operational efficiency and reducing loss.

  • Defining what a successful AMI deployment looks like for your utility is critical to ensuring the investment adds value to your bottom line and to supporting your city.

  • In this episode of The Water Online Show: The Business Of Water, Travis Kennedy sits down with Joe Ball from Kamstrup. Travis and Joe discuss the evolution of AMI, and explore Kamstrup's groundbreaking leak detection tool, which is the industry's first smart meter with acoustic leak detection embedded inside the meter.

  • The journey from traditional metering to AMI is not without challenges. In this webinar, hear about the importance of developing a step-by-step approach, choosing a good partner, and securing the right meter for the journey.

  • Non-revenue water is one of the biggest challenges for water utilities worldwide and in the U.S., contributing to billions of dollars’ worth of treated water lost each year. And, with up to 31 percent of water loss coming from leaks in service connections, it is crucial to have detailed knowledge and transparency across your distribution network. That’s why Kamstrup has developed a next-generation smart water meter with integrated acoustic leak detection to proactively identify potential leaks in service connections, which enables utilities to prioritize their daily efforts to where and when they will have the biggest impact. 

  • Now, you can let every smart water meter work for you to help locate leaks and create an unprecedented transparency in your distribution network. Acting like a fine-meshed network of noise loggers, the flowIQ® 2200 water meters listen to the distribution lines and service connections to detect leaks.

  • The state-of-the-art flowIQ® 2200 ultrasonic water meter introduces integrated acoustic leak detection that enables you to monitor your service connections for possible leaks. With its best-in-class low start flow, the flowIQ® 2200 measures even the smallest consumption. The meter is highly stable throughout the entire dynamic range with a very low error margin – and as a static meter without moving parts, it maintains the same high accuracy throughout its lifetime of up to 20 years. 

  • For over 70 years utilities have trusted Kamstrup to deliver reliable meter solutions. And while other companies are offshore in production, Kamstrup continues to invest in production and jobs in the United States.

  • The fast-growing city of Lincolnton, North Carolina, installs new metering system that’s addressing “meterbox blindness” – and quickly recovering lost revenue in the process.

  • Significant water loss leads to new technologies that put the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians on the cutting edge of service.

  • To think forward and prepare for the future, sometimes we need to change perspectives and say goodbye. This is also true within water metering. With technology rapidly changing, this is the perfect time to say goodbye to mechanical metering and hello to the benefits of smart metering.

  • Reducing Non-Revenue Water and water loss becomes so much easier and so much more efficient when you have access to the right information at the right time.