Axioma Metering, the manufacturer of the water and heat metering devices, is expanding the range of its products and now offers Qalcosonic E2 ultrasonic heat and water meters with extra-large diameters (DN125 - DN400) for thermal energy metering.
These meters are designed to measure heat and water flow in the closed-type heating and cooling systems, as well as to measure thermal energy, water flow and consumption in the open-type heating system, and to perform measurements of various liquid quantities.
“We launched production of these meters just last autumn but we already have a number of orders from France, Hungary, Scandinavia and even Middle East. Taking into consideration the market needs and growing demand, we are currently expanding the production volumes of the meters with extra-large diameters and planning to present them even to the companies providing utility services in Asia and South America,” said Mantvydas Vaičius, Head of Heat Meter Department.
The ultrasonic heat and cooling energy meter Qalcosonic E2 has been also recognised internationally and holds the MID Measuring Instruments Directive) certificate. This means that this meter conforms to the top-level metrology standards and is designed for commercial water metering across the European Union.
In the near future, it is expected to certify Qalcosonic E2 in the CIS countries and Ukraine.
Qalcosonic E2 meters with extra-large diameters (DN125 - DN400) feature two flow and pressure measurement channels, two impulse inputs for additional flow sensors, as well as the integrated data regulation and alarm functions, and the internal archive of measurement data.
These meters also feature M-BUS, CL, WMBus 868 MHz, MODBus, Bacnet, RS232 and RS485 data reading modules, and may be provided with the analogue 0-20mA and digital outputs. The parameters shown and cold water constant may be arbitrarily configured to meet the customers’ needs.
Axioma Metering have been manufacturing ultrasonic heat and water meters since 1992. It was the heat meters that became the first company's products, in which it integrated the ultrasound technology.