Small instrument for hydronic systems is big on information

TA, Tour & Andersson, hydronic instrument, differential pressure

Tour & Andersson’s TA-Scope handheld instrument is designed to verify, measure and balance flow, differential pressure, temperature and power of complex hydronic systems. Its small size enables it to be used in small spaces and situations that might pose a risk if a large, cumbersome measuring and balancing tool were used. Internal batteries provide three days of operation.

Hydronic networks can be created with TA-Scope, which integrates with TA-Balance software to aid troubleshooting and data logging.

Data is captured digitally and can be uploaded to a PC running TA-Select HVCA design software using a USB cable.

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