Evinox commissioning kit for chilled water also measures energy use

Published:  08 January, 2015

Evinox, commissioning kit, commissioning, balancing

Designed for communal chilled-water systems, Evinox Energy’s chilled-water meter kit includes all the equipment required to facilitate commissioning, balancing and flow control of the chilled-water circuit and also accurately measures energy consumption.

The kit includes an MID-approved meter head, which is supplied with a wall-mounting bracket for installing in a position where it can be read easily. The meter can be wired directly to the Evinox ModuSat heat-interface unit, enabling chilled-water consumption to be read via a ViewSmart room controller.

For prepayment using Evinox’s PaySmart system, the assembly can be fitted with an actuator to shut down the chilled-water circuit if there is no credit.

For more information on this story, click here: January 2015, 103

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