Sensus water meter is the most recognisable name in the water meter industry.
The company originated over 100 years ago and was first called the Pittsburgh Equitable Metering company.
Compared to its competitors, Sensus prices are higher, but you will definitely get what you pay for.
Besides, they are known for their high quality products that provides very good water meter accuracy.
Sensus Metering Incorporation has three main divisions: water, gas and electric. The first and most popular division is water meter.
There are 13 manufacturing units in a total of 8 countries. The main office is located in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Representatives are available worldwide with 24/7 customer service representation to answer your queries.
Sensus Water Company began over 120 years ago, when Willard F. Rockwell and his family purchased the company.
In 1953, the Rockwell Manufacturing Company doors were opened and they began to manufacture Tropic, Empire and Arctic positive displacement meters, turbine meters and single register compound meter.
After more than 5 million dollars in development and testing, in 1957, the SR meter was placed on the market. Over 40 million units have been sold to date.
In the 1960's, the Turbine meter selection was developed, and that was followed by Remote Meter Reading in the 1970's. Then in the mid 1980's, the TouchRead was introduced.
Today, sensus is arguably the largest water flow meter manufacturer in the world.
Their complete meter catalog is available on their official website.
Let’s now take a look at a few of the products that Sensus Metering offers:
Senus Automatic Meter Reading System- is one of the most well developed products in the meter industry.
The registers are available on various configurations including meter pits and factory sealed.
Sensus SR Residential water meters- meter sizes ranging from 5/8" to 2". They come complete with tamperproof seals and bronze main case.
All meters have been tested and meet AWWA standard for residential meters.
Sensus Commercial/ Industrial Meters- otherwise called the OMNI meters, they are able to measure high flow rates and extremely low flow rates because of the application of a Floating Ball Technology.
These meters are available in sizes ranging from 1.5" to 6".
Sensus Compound Meters- also known as SRH Compound, they are available in standard read or encoder registers.
The main case is made of water works bronze
They all comply with AWWA C-702 standards. All gaskets, bolts and nuts are presented to put together the meter.
Other Sensus products include: