NMI Approval for Flow Meter diameters DN700 up to DN1035

In October 2018, the NMI issued Aquamonix with a provisional pattern approval for meters with diameters in the range of DN700 up to DN1035. This was applicable to both our 2060 and 2030 series meters. To move to a full pattern approval some additional testing and analysis of results was required.

We are pleased to inform you that the required tests were successfully conducted on 20th August 2020. The results and analysis was also accepted by the NMI. Hence, our provisional pattern approval has been upgraded to a full pattern approval as evidenced on the NMI website.  See the approval here.

This successful testing also forms a part of the extension of pattern approved diameters up to 1500 mm which requires one minor additional flow test and assessment. We are working hard to ensure that this happens in coming weeks well in advance of the 1st Dec 2020 deadline for compliance imposed in NSW. Discussions are actively underway with the NMI.

If you have any specific questions in regards to our pattern approval, please do not hesitate to get in touch with Dean Taylor on either e-mail or by calling mobile 0419 991 207.

While I have your attention, I would just like to remind you that our offerings consist of steel and ABS plastic flanged meters as well as flangeless meters for pits and pipe applications. We provide sizes from 50mm to 1800mm. Our Emflux range of Tamper Proof flow meters are pattern approved to NMI M 10 and are designed to comply with the new Australian metering standard AS4747. Our flowmeter manufacturing facility is NATA and ISO accredited, so you can be sure that not only are our meters designed for harsh conditions, they are robust and guaranteed to “work out of the box.” We also offer a unique range of end-insert electromagnetic flowmeters. Our explainer below shows how quick and easy they are to install when retrofitting in irrigation applications.

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