Water flow meters gain WRAS approval

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Water Regulations Advisory Scheme approval for Mag flow meters enables them to be used for drinking water measurements in the UK.

The M1000, M2000 and M5000 ranges of Mag Flow Meters from Badger Meter are now WRAS approved for measuring potable water to comply with the requirements of the United Kingdom Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations and Scottish Water Byelaws. WRAS approval is also accepted in other countries throughout the world as a safety standard.

The purpose of WRAS is to contribute to the protection of public health by preventing contamination of public water supplies and encouraging the efficient use of water by promoting and facilitating compliance. WRAS represents the UK water supply industry as one voice on the Water Fittings Regulations and contributes to the development of relevant guidance, codes of practice and standards.

Bell Flow Systems promotes all three of the approved models, which are manufactured by Badger Meter USA and act as their exclusive distributor in the United Kingdom.

The low cost M1000 range, available for water measurement in sizes up to DN200 with a large selection of options including: power, outputs, liner materials and electrodes. The higher accuracy M2000 Mag meter range available for water measurement in sizes up to DN600 (WRAS approved to DN200) available with internal data logger and a large selection of options including: power, outputs, liner materials and electrodes. The M5000 range of battery powered mag flow meters, available for water measurement in sizes up to DN600 (WRAS approved to DN200) with options including MID/OIML custody transfer approvals, meter verification tool and various power, output and connection options

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