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Gas Submeter, 250 CFH, Temp Compensation, Pulse Output

GMP10-251

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250 CFH Gas Submeter with Temp Compensation and Pulse Output, 1-in connector set included.

The 250 CFH Commercial/Residential Gas Submeter is uniquely constructed to give utilities the edge they need in an increasingly complex and competitive market. It provides greater flexibility for all metering needs. The 250 CFH Commercial/Residential Gas Submeter is designed to deliver superior customer satisfaction and reduce costs by offering measurement accuracy for submetering applications. It may also be paired with automatic meter reading systems for seamless integration into a data acquisition and billing system.

UPC Code: 078477649626
Country of Origin : United States

Product Information

  • Product Features

    Meter Configuration : Single Meter

    Product Line : Gas Submeters

    Product Type : Gas Submeter

  • Common measurement module
  • 4-chamber design
  • One-piece, seamless, convoluted diaphragm
  • Tamper-resistant design
  • Built-in pressure taps (RM)
  • Lubrication-free bearing surfaces
  • Top entry adjustment
  • EZ-VU adjustment port
  • 5/16” nut adjustment mechanism
  • Easy handling
  • Long life
  • AMR/AMI compatible
  • Meets applicable ANSI B109.1 standards
  • Measurement Canada AG-0393 approved
  • California Weights and Measures 5398-11 approved
  • Maryland Public Service Commission COMAR 20.55.07.02 approved

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