Meinecke Meters - Model Number Conversion Tool

Meinecke Meters - Model Number Conversion Tool

Bill Michie | January 31st, 2017

Brooks to Meinecke - Model Number Conversion Tool

Meinecke Meters were private labeled under the Brooks Instrument name for over 30 years, but were strategically dropped from their product offering in 2002 as they moved into the low flow, flow measurement market.

Today's WP/Dynamic Meters are the current day version of the WP-QF series meters that were sold by Brooks Instrument. They are also drop-in replacements for the older Brooks Meters. Use the chart below to convert your older model number to the current day version of your turbine flow meter. Even if you don't know your older part number, use the meter's features to build a current Model Number.

Step 1: Start with the meter itself... Cold Water flow meters are painted blue, they were and are still rated to 122°F; Hot Water Meters are painted red, they were and still are rated to 266°F. Start there!

Step 2: Not sure you chose the best match for your older WP-QF Series Meter? Call us! (866)905-7790

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Bill Michie

Bill Michie joined Cross Company’s Instrumentation Group in 1998 as a technical support specialist. Bill currently serves as an eCommerce Account Manager with primary responsibility for supporting our flow measurement products. Other areas of responsibility and expertise include eCommerce planning, design and development in an industrial environment. Industries served in both capacities include chemical, power generation, food & beverage, pulp & paper, water/wastewater treatment, along with a large contingent of industrial based customers.