Posted: Monday 28th March 2011

Innovative V210 volumetric polymer water meter supplied with wireless automated meter reading (AMR) systems.

Sutton and East Surrey Water has selected Elster to supply up to 36,000 volumetric water meters in the UK over the next three years. Half of these meters will be enabled with wireless automated meter reading (AMR) systems.

The V210 volumetric polymer meter offers long life and high accuracy over a wide operating range with very low environmental impact. The product is designed to form an integral part of Elster’s advanced metering system and has been approved to the latest European Directive (2004/22/EC) and associated European and International standards.

The V210 polymer meter can be equipped with a state-of-the-art wireless AMR technology and is the first water meter to achieve compliance with the UK Water Industry Specification 4-32-19 making it suitable for all installations, including land which may be contaminated or at risk of future contamination. Elster recently received a Product Innovation Award for the V210 volumetric polymer water meter as part of the European Utility Awards. This prestigious award announced during the 2010 Metering Europe conference confirms Elster’s leadership in polymer meter technology.

“Sutton and East Surrey are impressed with the award-winning V210 polymer volumetric water meter and look forward to the imminent installation of these meters from Elster as part of our extended metering programme,” said Jeremy Downer, distribution manager for Sutton and East Surrey Water.

“We are delighted to have received the tender award from Sutton and East Surrey Water. The innovative V210 polymer water meter with a wireless AMR system has been specifically developed to support UK utilities with their water management programmes,” commented Jerry Lauzze, executive vice president of Elster’s global water business.

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