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Considerations in Transition to Calorimeter System

Considerations in Transition to Calorimeter System

  1. Calorimeters should be selected according to your heating system. Selected Calorimeter with a larger flow rate or diameter than required can result in very large errors in measurement result. If minimum flow rate of used calorimeter is a high, part of the energy used in the system may not be calculated. You can choose suitable product according to technical specifications of Atlas calorimeter catalog.
  2. Choosing the right type of calorimeter should be selected by planning the automation system. If there is a suitable wiring environment or existing wiring, a calorimeter with a wired MBUS system is appropriate. If there is no suitable environment for cabling, in this case a calorimeter with Wireless MBUS system the choice will be more appropriate.
  3. The calorimeter of your choice must be in accordance with EN1434, MID must be CE marked in accordance with the current measuring instruments directive. Also when receiving the product you should consideration whether the manufacturer has valid certificates. You can choose one of the products that Atlas Calorimeter to EN1434 norms and CE marking.
  4. When installing the calorimeter, it is very important to place a shut-off valve on the front and the back of the calorimeter and filter before the inlet. You can examine the assembly diagram from the Atlas Calorimeter catalog.

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