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MARS Company Awarded Technology Patent

June 12, 2017 – MARS Company announced today that it has been awarded a U.S. patent for the invention of a meter adapter that provides unique abilities regarding meter testing performance, form factor and application.

“This patent is a validation of the unique technology and application of the MARS test bench system and M3 Enterprise Software Suite to measure the accuracy of water meters in an ultra-low flow test environment.  We have optimized the design of this test bench meter adapter to assist in accurately measuring the next generation of ultra-low flow water meters,” said Dave Corey, CEO of MARS Company. “Our state-of-the-art test bench system, coupled with the industry’s only Enterprise-grade Software provides the industry with unparalleled flexibility to meet the most demanding water meter test requirements. Our technology can revolutionize how water meters are tested for generations to come.”

The MARS Meter Management (M3) 2017 Enterprise Software Suite is a collection of custom designed software packages, allowing customers to easily harness the power of software and technology.  It provides both new and existing customers with the ability to capture valuable meter testing data based on their individual meter testing programs. Custom reporting, extensive data exporting features, and browser-based access allow multiple departments to have the power of data analytics to improve customer service, implement operational improvements, and make informed purchasing decisions.

MARS Company will be exhibiting at AWWA 2017 Trade show, June 12-14 in Philadelphia, PA at booth #2225.  For more information about MARS Company and its M3 2017 Enterprise Software, please visit www.MARSwater.com.

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