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Trumbull Type A Meter box Frame/Ring for 18-20" Meter Pit (TEST)

Trumbull Manufacturing

  • $54.00

Type A Frame only for Trumbull Meter Box Covers- Add Solid or AMR/AMI specific counter bored lids for a complete cover and ring set.

Made from Composite & Polymer Materials!

Features of Trumbull Meter Box Frames and Covers:
  • Allow radio signals to be read in AMR and AMI systems, unlike cast iron lids that block them
  • Versatile antenna mounting options when you add cover options:
    • Several models include pre-formed holes and counterbores for popular through-the-lid antenna mounts
    • Worm gear assembly with bronze pentagon bolt
    • ADA compliant slip-resistant surface
  • UV resistant materials

Rings, Solid Lids, and under lid AMR brackets are generally in stock. Please allow 10-14 days for orders of lids with counter-bores for through the lid AMR and AMI antennas, or touch read pads. Most AMR/AMI radio devices can be mounted UNDER lid  with the bracket where they are less likely to have damage or tamper attempts. AMR bracket included free with purchase of solid lid and ring combination.

Also available:

  • Other sizes and shapes (oval, rectangular)
  • Custom lettering
  • Alternate locking mechanisms
  • Nylon worm gears
  • Snap-in adapter for Itron 100W
  • Large pentagon bolt
  • Optional magnets for use with valve and curb box locators
  • Several custom features can be added per your specs

20,000 lb lids normally furnished with nylon worm gear. Also available with ductile worm gear, see chart below.
• All lids are normally furnished with standard (27/32”) pentagon bolt. Also available with large (1-1/32”) pentagon bolt.
• Lids normally furnished marked “WATER METER”.
• Special lettering available (requires a minimum quantity), please inquire.
• All lids with counterbore (CBORE) have thru hole diameter of 1.88”.
• Bearing washers above and below 20,000 lb lids are UHMWPE.
• Frames shown for illustration purposes only, they are not included with lid.
• For explanation of asterisk points below, see “Additional Notes” on page 27.

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