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Industry Circular

Number: 70-36
Date: December 31, 1970

Department of the Treasury
Internal Revenue Service
Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms Division
Washington, D.C. 20224

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APPROVAL OF ADDITIONAL BEER METERING SYSTEMS

Brewers and others concerned:

Purpose. This circular is issued to announce that the following beer meters and metering systems have been approved for use in breweries:

1. Hoffer Turbine Meter Model 2-H with related SY-81 Brewery Totalizer System in sizes ranging from one to three inches, inclusive. This metering system is manufactured by Hoffer Flow Controls, Inc., Port Monmouth, New Jersey.

2. Tokheim Meter, Model No. 1400, equipped with a continuous register and a reset counter graduated in barrels which can be read to the third decimal. This meter is manufactured by Tokheim Corporation, Fort Wayne, Indiana.

A revenue procedure covering this matter will be issued in the Internal Revenue Bulletin.

Meters and monitoring systems previously approved. The following beer meters and monitoring systems have been previously approved for metering beer in breweries under 26 CFR Part 245.

1. Figure 486 Xacto Meter, and Figure 786 Xacto Meter, manufactured by Bowser Inc., Fort Wayne, Indiana.

2. Pittsburgh Equitable Meter, manufactured by Rockwell Manufacturing Co., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

3. Potter Flow Meter, equipped with Maximum Security System SY-81-4000, manufactured by Potter Aeronautical Corporation, Union, New Jersey. (Rev. Proc. 58-22, C.B. 1958-2, 1140, as modified by Rev. Procs. 61-12, C.B. 1961-1, 899, and 65-7, C.B. 1965-1, 734.)

4. 2BL and 3BL Rotocycle Beer Meters, manufactured by Rockwell Manufacturing Co., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, equipped with registers approved for piston-type meters or with the Brodie Register, Series 22265. (Rev. Proc. 60-30, C.B. 1960-2, 1008, as modified by Rev. Proc. 65-14, C.B. 1965-1, 825.)

5. Fischer & Porter Tamper-Proof Turbine Meter and Totalizer System manufactured by Fischer & Porter Company, Warminster, Pennsylvania. (Rev. Proc. 64-2, C.B. 1964-1 (Part 1), 641.)

6. A. 0. Smith Model SY-81 Meter, equipped with Model 1537 Security System, manufactured by A. 0. Smith Corporation, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (Rev. Proc. 65-30, C.B. 1965-2, 1024.)

7. Fischer & Porter Magnetic Meter Monitoring System SE #5264, manufactured by Fischer & Porter Company, Warminster, Pennsylvania. (Rev. Proc. 66-9, C.B. 1966-1, 621.)

8. Fischer & Porter Company Magnetic Meter Monitoring System SE #5281, manufactured by Fischer & Porter Company, Warminster, Pennsylvania. (Rev. Proc. 66-14, C.B. 1966-1, 628.)

9. Potter Flow Meter equipped with monitoring system Model SY-81-600, manufactured by Potter Aeronautical Corporation, Union, New Jersey. (Rev. Proc. 67-20, C.B. 1967-1, 600.)

10. Fischer & Porter Turbine Flowmeter Monitoring System No. 7355 and Fischer & Porter Magnetic Flowmeter Monitoring System No. 7732, both manufactured by Fischer & Porter Company, Warminster, Pennsylvania. (Industry Circular 68-31, November 19, 1968.)

11. Foxboro Turbine Flow Metering System, Model M/39 MSM-T and Foxboro Magnetic Flow Metering System M/39 MSM-M, both manufactured by The Foxboro Company, Foxboro, Massachusetts. (Industry Circular 68-31, November 19, 1968.)

Effect on Other Documents. The new Revenue Procedure will supersede Revenue Procedure 67-20, C.B. 1967-1, 600.

Inquiries. Inquiries regarding this Industry Circular should refer to its number and be addressed to your Assistant Regional Commissioner, Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.

Rex Davis

Rex D. Davis,

Acting Director

Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Division

 
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