The Foreign and Commonwealth Office, situated at a Grade I listed building in St. James Place, has undergone an extensive upgrade to its energy monitoring facilities, requiring the installation of forty combined heating and cooling circuits to calculate and benchmark potential savings.
The nominated BMS specialist, Bridge Controls Ltd, specified the Micronics U3000 range of ultrasonic flow meters for the project to monitor the buildings energy levels and ensure it is operating as efficiently as possible.
The flow meters were installed alongside CF51 energy calculators which provide direct communication to the Trend BMS network and energy manager software suite.
Micronics U3000 is designed to work with clamp on transducers and measure liquid flowing through a closed pipe. By specifying a U3000 meter, mechanical parts are no longer required to be inserted through the pipe wall or to protrude into the flow system.
The meter can be installed within minutes, meaning there is no requirement to shut down flow or drain the system.
The U3000 is used in conjunction with the CF51 energy calculator, which features a multifunctional display that provides rapid and clear access to important billing data.
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