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Water Meter

Water Meter Manufacturers, Suppliers, Exporters, Dealers in Pune, India, Kinshasa, DR Congo, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Nigeria, Uganda

Simba International is one of the leading Water Meter manufacturers, suppliers in Pune, India, Kinshasa, DR Congo, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Nigeria, Uganda. We are also exporters, dealers of Water Meters. We provide precision engineered water meter assemblies aimed at meeting customer requirements.

The measuring meters offered are manufactured according to international quality standards and standards, which makes them highly efficient and perfect in terms of mechanical use.

What is a Water Meter?

A Residential Water Meter is a device that monitors water usage in a home or business. Like gas meters, water meters record a facility's water usage for billing purposes. Most homes have water meters that measure water consumption in kiloliters (KL) or cubic meters (M3).

How do Water Meters work?

A water meter is made to record the water flowing through your premises from a particular supply system. Inside the water meter are gears and spindles that rotate when a certain amount of water passes through the meter. This is measured by some dials with numbers that reflect the amount of water used.

Types of Water Meters

Similar to electric meters, there are two types of water meters commonly found on properties. The most common type is the traditional gauge, called an analog gauge, which varies by manufacturer, model, and size. On the other hand, there are more technologically advanced meters called digital water meters.

Analog water meter: These water meters are found in most homes and usually have black, white or red numbers on the panel.

Digital water meter: It is fitted with a communication device that allows readings to be recorded remotely and sent directly to the water utility for billing purposes.

The advantages of measurement are: -

  • ● Incentives to save water, combined with volume pricing.
  • ● It helps detect leaks in the distribution network and provides a basis for reducing the amount of non-revenue water.
  • ● This is a prerequisite for setting quantitative targets for water subsidies to the poor.

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