How much revenue could you capture
with Badger Meter nutating disc meters?
Did You Know?The average American family of four can use 400 gallons of water every day.
Step 1. Your Utility | Step 2. Contact Information | Step 3. Your Results
According to the Journal AWWA article Apparent Losses Caused by Water Meter Inaccuracies at Ultralow Flows1, approximately 16% of all domestic water consumption occurs at flow rates of less than one gallon per minute. If these low flow rates are not metered, you could be losing revenue.
The article proves that nutating disc meters are more accurate at low flows than other types. Use the Low Flow Revenue Calculator below to see just how much more revenue you could capture with nutating disc meters. Let Badger Meter nutating disc meters capture that revenue one drop at a time.
Step 1: Your Utility
Choose the Unit of Measure your utility uses to calculate and bill water and sewer usage: gallons, cubic feet or cubic meters.
Enter the number of billing units used to calculate your water and sewer billing rates. For example, if your water rate is $3.27 per 1,000 gallons, enter “1000” here. The value you enter should be expressed in the Unit of Measure selected above.
Select the meter to use for this comparison. You may choose more than one meter.
The calculator will provide multiple comparisons between nutating disc meters and your choice of mechanical and/or static meters.
Richards, G. L., Johnson, M. C., Barfuss, S. L. (2010). Apparent Losses Caused by Water Meter Inaccuracies at Ultralow Flows. Journal AWWA
, 120(5), 123-132.