meter bar

meter bar

[′mēd·ər ‚bär]
(engineering)
A metal bar for mounting a gas meter, having fittings at the ends for the inlet and outlet connections of the meter.
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Specifications: Cast Iron Meter Bar Shall be McDonald Model 6610-F and 6620-F
According to ASTM D14570, a TIM sample is placed between a hot and a cold meter bar with a constant heat flux being applied.
FEED THE METER The Multi-Maxx is a patented electric meter bar designed to lock off banks of ringless-type electric meter enclosures found in apartment and multi-family complexes.
12] is thermal conductivity of the hot meter bar material (W/m K), [[lambda].
In this connection, Gibson compares the cognitive work fictions do to the role played by the standard meter bar that is kept hermetically sealed in Paris.
Polk was a delegate to the 1960 conference that replaced the meter bar with an isotopic wavelength of light; he served on many standards boards and committees, often as chairman; and he was chairman of the U.
Gas Products says the new bar, which measures 8 1/4 inches center-to-center, has been built with a bright yellow powder coated aluminum extrusion and uses the GPI non-metallic meter nut plugs to provide a special non-corrosive, fully insulated meter bar for use in all services and conditions.
In addition to the replacement of first-generation mains, UGI plans to install excess flow valves, and replace and relocate meters, as well as installing new risers, meter bars, regulator stations and service regulators, among other appurtenances that further improve the integrity of its overall system.
In addition to replacing first-generation mains made of these materials, UGI plans to install excess flow valves; replace and relocate meters; and replace risers, meter bars, regulator stations and service regulators.
Identify the names of the sticks as meter bars (in), decimeter bars (dm), and centimeter bars (cm) by having students measure each.