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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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Smart Gas Meters Market 2019 Global Industry Outlook to 2023 Research Report published by Market Research Future.
Abdul Waheed Sheikh further said currently both gas supply companies have their own laboratories for testing, inspection and report of their own gas meters which is not realistic and also seem un-ethical.
The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global gas meter market for 2016-2020.
This is a real practical problem, but it is the reality of using any gas meter for wet gas service.
The nursery's gas meter, which has now been replaced, is located in a storage cupboard outside the building The crime comes after a spate of vandalism at the site in recent weeks.
Richard Garretty, of Newsome, is urging suppliers to carry out annual safety checks on gas meters.
At around the same time another gas meter was stolen from outside of a house in Eighth Row, also Ashington.
Under its first ever-smart gas meter contract in China, Saft will supply around 500,000 Li-SOCl2 cells over the next four years to one of Chian's top five smart gas meter OEMs.
In Sunderland in February, the gas meter and pipes were stolen from a house in Byron Street.
She was caught abstracting electricity via a loop and stealing gas via a stolen gas meter.
Bankert, 56, of North Attleboro was indicted Thursday on six counts of larceny over $250, 10 counts of willful injury or interference with gas meter or other property and six counts of failure to file income tax returns.
A much wiser strategy is to buy an emergency gas meter wrench shutoff tool and secure it to the meter as shown.