Utility Laboratory Manager
by Maria Loucraft
(City of Pompano Beach)
Our Utility uses Neptune meters and is currently undergoing a switch to AMI.
We have had a customer ask about a new device he heard about that removes air before the water hits the customer's meter and thus lowers his cost.
Although there can be air in the lines, this is probably just some sort of reducer that works on the velocity. After all, where would all that removed air go?
It does not seem that water can be physically compressed that much. I am attaching a link to what I think he is referring.
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