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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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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.
A Merseyside police spokesman confirmed the gas meter theft had been reported to them, and are investigating.
Northumbria Police are appealing for information after the two gas meter thefts in the town.
Peter Christie, health, safety and environment operations manager at Northern Gas Networks, added: "Stealing a gas meter is a very dangerous thing to do as it could cause a risk of explosion, endangering not only the perpetrators but also any members of public in the vicinity.
We allege that this defendant tampered with multiple gas meters at laundromats he operated," Ms.
ST estimates that there are some 500 million mechanical gas meters in the world and most major gas providers are preparing programs to replace their traditional meters with more accurate, reliable and efficient electronic meters.
He admit ted instructing someone to disconnect a gas meter and reconnect the mains using duct tape and a bike inner tube.
Could Mr Brennan kindly create a simple method for the gas users to work out just how much gas costs on a daily basis based on consumption levels as read from the gas meter in their home.
The Charlottesville project combines 13,000 5/8- to 6-in, water meters with integral radio transmitters supplied by ABB Water Meters; 7,400 new gas meters furnished by American Meter; 8,600 gas meter retrofits; and 16,200 gas meter modules and drive by reading equipment from Itron, Inc.
Researchers at the school have tapped this principle to design a new residential gas meter.
As gas utilities look for ways to operate more efficiently and provide enhanced applications to customers, the natural gas meter market is shifting from traditional manual-read devices to more intelligent meters with sophisticated capabilities.