Brass instrument used to indicate and tally a volume of gas or liquid that has passed through it. Manufactured by S. Smith & Son Ltd, London, England, circa 1914.

Physical Description

A rectangular brass instrument with a protruding round disc that houses two dials. One dial is printed in red numbers and the other in black numbers. The numbers on the dials can be read through a small round glass window. Below the window there is a circular protruding button that is spring-loaded. To the right of the dial is a row of four small round windows; a number is visible in each. Two screws are missing from the face plate. Text is stamped into the face plate. There are four lugs for mounting of the instrument. At the rear, there are two valves or cocks; one has a small section of the pipe that was attached. There is a threaded hole in the back between the valves.

More Information