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Gas Meter Services

We’ll help you mitigate the risk for flammable liquid meters and liquid propane gas meters, helping you get safer products to market in the quickest, easiest and most efficient way possible.

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Overview

We have the knowledge and expertise to help meet all of your gas meter compliance needs. By bundling our safety, performance and interoperability services, we’ll save you time and money in the process.

Flammable liquid meters

Published in 1956, ANSI/UL 25 is the national Standard for meters for flammable and combustible Liquids and Liquified Petroleum (LP) gas. While not harmonized, the requirements in ULC/ORD-C25 are closely related to those in ANSI/UL 25 facilitating Listing in both the U.S. and Canada.

For flammable and combustible liquids, the Standard covers meters designed for use in a system with a minimum operating pressure of 50 psi. Meters covered may be entirely mechanical or include an electrical encoder provided that encoder is evaluated for intrinsic safety as part of the Listing investigation.

Liquid propane gas meters

For our liquid propane gas meter service, the evaluation criteria are similar to that for flammable and combustible liquids except they must be designed for a working pressure of 350 psi or greater.

Benefits

Our gas meter service can help mitigate your risk for flammable liquid meters and liquid propane gas meters. We utilize recognized testing methods found in the ANSI/UL 25 national standards. Our familiarity with these standards, along with our expertise in the area of meter testing, enables us to help ensure that your products are compliant. By tapping into our technical expertise and testing capabilities, we can offer you the highest levels of regulatory acceptance and market recognition in the industry. More importantly, we can help you get safer products to market in the quickest, easiest and most efficient way possible.

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