Tuesday, 16 July 2019 11:28

KROHNE Now Manufactures WATERFLUX 3000 Meter Sensor in Beverly MA Facility

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Production highlights commitment to manufacturing in the US

2019 07 16 112551KROHNE, Inc. announces that it now produces the WATERFLUX 3000 water meter, the newest sensor design in its family of magmeters, at its state-of-the-art manufacturing and calibration facility located in Beverly, MA.  The sensor is available in sizes ranging from 1 to 24 inch but at the outset, meters produced here will be limited to a maximum size of 6 inches.

When combined with the IFC 070 battery powered converter electronics the resulting WATERFLUX 3070 is the first all-in-one water meter with available integrated pressure and temperature sensor. The new integrated pressure and temperature sensor option allows WATERFLUX to be used for a wide variety of drinking water network tasks, including pressure monitoring, maintaining the water balance, and district zone management. It can also be used for leak detection in drinking water networks when comparison of pressure and flow values is used as the leak detection method. The meter’s unique sensor design can be installed without the need for any upstream or downstream piping to meet its accuracy specifications.

For locations where 110…230V AC or 10…30V DC power source is available, WATERFLUX 3000 can also be combined with other converters such as the IFC-050, -100 or -300 series.


KROHNE is a worldwide technological leader in the development, manufacture and distribution of accurate, reliable and cost-effective measuring instruments for the process industries. KROHNE focuses on forming partnerships with its customers to provide them with the most reliable and innovative solutions available in the marketplace. For more information about KROHNE’s complete line of measuring instrumentation for the process industries, contact KROHNE at 1-800-FLOWING (978-535-6060 in MA); fax: (978) 535-1720, email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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