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gas meter

an apparatus for measuring and recording the amount of gas passed through it

gas meter

[′gas ‚mēd·ər]
(engineering)
An instrument for measuring and recording the amount of gas flow through a pipe.

gas meter

A mechanical instrument for measuring the amount of gas volume passing a given point.
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Demand for smart gas meters is expected to increase gradually in future as they offer energy savings which contribute to increase in revenue.
Separator systems or multiphase wet gas meters are beneficial but the economic reality of many applications is that standard gas meters must be used.
THIEVES could put people's lives at risk by stealing gas meters.
Bankert, a licensed electrician, allegedly tampered with 10 gas meters at six laundromats he owned in Attleboro, Brockton, Lawrence and Worcester for the purpose of stealing natural gas.
One unit now undergoing tests measures just 50 cubic inches, 1/15th the volume of standard gas meters, notes Carl Griffis of the Chicago-based Gas Research Institute (GRI), which is helping finance development of the new meter.
Increasingly, utilities will deploy smart gas meters over the coming years as they seek to increase operational efficiencies and improve the reliability of their systems," says senior research analyst Neil Strother.
EDMI's ultrasonic smart gas meters are highly innovative and compact, employing mass market-proven static measurement technology, developed in partnership with Panasonic, whose ultrasonic technology is used in over 800,000 smart gas meters in Japan.
Meanwhile, around 100 illegal gas connections without installing gas meter were given in Bilal town while the department is receiving bribe of Rs 800 per house.
Whereas there were a very few rudimentary wet gas meter technologies available in the 1990s (other than the default of a separator with outlet single phase flow meters) there is now a choice of wet gas meter technologies available to the end user, all with pros and cons.
He admitted instructing someone to disconnect a gas meter and reconnect the mains using duct tape and a bike inner tube.
The domestic gas meter market was opened up in June 2004 at a time when National Grid held a monopoly, but two years later the firm still controls over 90 per cent of the market.
NASDAQ: ITRI) announced today that it is bringing to market its next-generation ultrasonic gas meter for residential applications.