Next Generation Mag Meter Helps Davidson with Non-Revenue Water

As a first step to better understand non-revenue water loss in its distribution network, Davidson Water of Lexington, N.C., replaced Venturi flowmeters in its processing plant with more accurate FPI Mag flowmeters at 14 critical metering points governed by a range of pipe sizes and flow rates. Davidson says the result is a cut in non-revenue water loss from near 17% to only 13%.


Next Generation Mag Meter Helps Davidson with Non-Revenue WaterAs a first step to better understand non-revenue water loss in its distribution network, Davidson Water of Lexington, N.C., replaced Venturi flowmeters in its processing plant with more accurate FPI Mag flowmeters at 14 critical metering points governed by a range of pipe sizes and flow rates. Davidson says the result is a cut in non-revenue water loss from near 17% to only 13%.

Next Generation Mag Meter Helps Davidson with Non-Revenue Water

As a first step to better understand non-revenue water loss in its distribution network, Davidson Water of Lexington, N.C., replaced Venturi flowmeters in its processing plant with more accurate FPI Mag flowmeters at 14 critical metering points governed by a range of pipe sizes and flow rates. Davidson says the result is a cut in non-revenue water loss from near 17% to only 13%.


Next Generation Mag Meter Helps Davidson with Non-Revenue WaterAs a first step to better understand non-revenue water loss in its distribution network, Davidson Water of Lexington, N.C., replaced Venturi flowmeters in its processing plant with more accurate FPI Mag flowmeters at 14 critical metering points governed by a range of pipe sizes and flow rates. Davidson says the result is a cut in non-revenue water loss from near 17% to only 13%.

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