Take the guesswork out of water usage.
With more and more local regulations requiring growers to limit and report on water usage, magnetic flow meters can provide accurate, reliable and maintenance-free monitoring. Plus, this cost-effective option can help improve water management decisions—saving time, energy, money and water.
Why choose the IM3000 magnetic flow meter?
No moving parts to break down, catch debris or need replacing.
Advanced display for data, superior IP68 enclosure seal and stainless-steel flow tube with die-cast meter housing. Available in 2”, 3”, 4”, 6”, 8”, 10” and 12” pipe sizes.
Fully integrated, remote monitoring capabilities with control status, alerts and reporting.
Independently tested by the International Center for Water Technology (ICWT) and Utah Water Research Laboratory (UWRL), Utah State University, for accuracy.
Digital pulse/frequency output available and optional battery pack for longer life than most competitive models.
Exclusive in-riser option available.
While the in-line flow meter provides proven accuracy and ease, the in-riser meter is integrated into the pivot point, which allows for the most accurate readings on the market. Contact your local dealer to learn more about in-riser magnetic flow meters.
Remote flow meter monitoring for great efficiency.
Learn how the FieldNET M2 Connect™ can be added to flow meters not located near a pivot point to remotely monitor and track flow, simplifying water management and improving overall efficiency.
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