Insertion ultrasonic heat meter
State-of-the-art Transit-time technology
Low cost, good performance
(1).High accuracy, from ±0.5% to ±1% of velocity on calibrated system
(2).Excellent long term stability
(3).Robust performance. High signal quality.
(4).No need to shut down flow during installation
(5).Flexible installation. Easy to remove transducer
(6).Wide flow range 0.03 to 105ft/s
(7).Suitable for all commonly used pipe materials
(8).Noninvasive. No moving parts. No pressure drop. No maintenance
(9).GPRS / GSM networking capability with certain model
(10).PT100 / PT1000 standard temperature sensor
(11).Ideal for accurate energy consumption measurement of a HVAC or any heating / cooling system in office buildings, apartment complexes, or any liquid-based thermal energy production systems
The insertion type ultrasonic calorimeter combines our high accuracy wetted ultrasonic flowmeter together with standard temperature sensors and computes the thermal energy transfer in a pipe accordingly.
The insertion type ultrasonic calorimeter includes three parts: the main unit, the ultrasonic insertion type transducers, and the temperature sensors. The main unit is a high-accuracy ultrasonic transit-time flowmeter. Its enclosure can be a standard version or an explosive-proof version. The ultrasonic transducers are wetted type (inserted installation) which provides better accuracy and long-term stability. The temperature sensors can be standard Pt sensor or customer-supplied sensor.
The insertion type ultrasonic calorimeter can be used for accurate energy consumption measurement of a heating / cooling system in office buildings, apartment complexes, or any liquid-based thermal energy production system. It can also be used to monitor the efficiency of an energy production system such as HVAC installation.
The insertion type ultrasonic calorimeter is designed for pipe size of 3" or above. For smaller pipe, please feel free to contact us for more details.
The main technical specificaitons are the same as that of insertion type ultrasonic flow meters.