DRINKING WATER DISTRIBUTION RESOURCES

DRINKING WATER DISTRIBUTION SOLUTIONS

  • Recordall® Fire Series Meters

    Recordall® Fire Series Meters (FMSA) provide revenue-generating flexibility and control when you need to measure high-volume usage, such as when sprinklers are activated through a single supply line or for other applications, including industrial, multi-residential and commercial.

  • HR-E®

    The High-Resolution Encoder (HR-E®) uses non-contact, field-proven, light-emitting diode technology to provide an eight-digit reading, while also eliminating the friction and wear of traditional mechanical encoders.

  • Vertical Turbine Pumps

    Xylem's vertical turbine pumps have the versatility to solve the unique challenges of your application.

  • SONATA® Ultrasonic Meter

    The Sonata Residential Ultrasonic water meter is Master Meter’s next step in unifying our ultrasonic solid-state measurement profile. Utilizing advanced ultrasonic flow measurement, the Sonata greatly improves low flow measurement compared to residential mechanical meters, making it an ideal solution for addressing Non-Revenue Water (NRW).

  • 5”-11” 316SS Submersible Turbine Pumps

    All 316 SS construction fro 5″ to 11″ bowl assembly to fit into 6″ thru 12″ well. Flow up to 1500 GPM and 400 ft TDH.

  • R450 System Makes Utility Operations Visual

    Problems with Non-Revenue Water? Wasting time and money on truck rolls for off-cycle meter readings? Dealing with customer complaints over high water bills? Get a fix on the solution with Neptune’s R450™ System and get it all fixed from the start.

DRINKING WATER DISTRIBUTION VIDEOS

Why have only 20% of water utilities deployed an AMI fixed network?  If you are considering a fixed network, I've got something you seriously need to consider prior to soliciting quotations or putting out your RFP. The question is, who is going to manage the network infrastructure? Do you have qualified individuals within your utility ready to continuously monitor, maintain and manage the network? In this video, we're going to discuss some of the options available for water utilities today: a utility managed network versus a network as a service agreement (NaaS).