Mueller Systems has a rich heritage in providing innovative water infrastructure products and services and offers technologically advanced metering systems for electric, gas and water systems.
For more than 150 years, municipalities have relied on Mueller Water Products to lead the industry, and that tradition continues with Mueller Systems.
Mueller Water Products, through Mueller Systems, was a pioneer in Automated Meter Reading (AMR) technology, which allows utilities to automatically collect data from water or energy meters. As the needs of municipal utilities evolve, Mueller Systems is introducing more robust solutions. Mueller Systems has developed true two-way capabilities for AMI, which gives utilities the ability to manage their systems remotely. Additionally, the Mi.Net® Mueller Infrastructure Network for Utilities goes beyond conventional AMI systems, enabling utilities to deploy newer technology in stages rather than replacing all systems at one time.
Take a closer look below at the history of innovative products and services offered by Mueller Systems to municipalities to help them optimize their operations.
History Of Mueller Systems/Hersey Meters Products Line
1885 Hersey Meters receives patent on Rotary Displacement Meter
1886 Hersey manufactures Rotary and Disc Meters in 5/8"-6" sizes. These meters were manufactured in various iterations including hot water, gasoline and oil, and beer. The current 5/8"-2" PD continue in this tradition.
1896 Hersey introduces the first turbine meter, the Model T
1905 Hersey introduces the first Fireline meter, the FM
1915 Hersey introduces the first compound meter, the CT
1964 Hersey manufactures the mechanical Encoder Register
1969 Hersey manufactures the MHR, Horizontal Turbine Meter
1972 Hersey manufactures the first MCT and MFM with magnetic couplings
1976 Hersey introduces the MVR, Vertical Turbine Meter. Hersey is the only company to manufacture a vertical turbine meter for the water market.
1981 Hersey manufactures the first MCTII and MFMII
1992 Hersey manufactures the first current 400II and 500II Series Meters
1995 Hersey offers Radio Read AMR System
2000 Hersey introduces the Horizon, Horizontal Turbine Meter
2001 Hersey introduces the Translator Absolute Encoder Register
2002 Hersey introduces the Calibrator Gear Train for use on MFMII and MCTII
2003 Hersey introduces the TruRead Remote Visual Register
2003 Hersey introduces the redesigned 500 Series Positive Displacement Meters
2005 Hersey introduces the 4-20mA FLO Unit
Arkion Systems and Hersey Meters, the combined entity begins operating as Mueller Systems
2012 Mueller Systems introduces Mobile RDM.
2012 Mueller Systems offers Managed Hosting Services for the Mi.Net System
2013 HbMAG receives Factory Mutual (FM) Approval