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405S Dry dial multijet water meter




The 405S is a dry dial multijet water meter with a protected magnetic transmission between the measuring element and the totalizer. It is a PN 16 meter suited to hard network conditions

Its reability, resistance to bad water quality and noiseless operation will satisfy both end users and network managers

Main Characteristics

•    DN 15 to 40 PN 16
•    Magnetic transmission
•    Maximum water temperature 40°C
•    Removable measuring mechanism
•    Insensitive to upstream disruptive elements
•    355 ° orientable register
•    High resistance to water impurities
•    In option it may be equipped with a removable bonnet for quick and easy maintenance
•    Equipable with an HRI Sensor

Available Options

•    Copper/glass register (standard on DN25 to 40)
•    HRI electronic sensor (Pulse unit or data unit) for DN 15-40
•    Cu/Glass register for DN 15 & 20 meters non return value




WF-QF

Turbine Water Meter for cold water up to 40 °C

For hot water up to 130 °C PN25/40, DN 50…DN 300




Main characteristic for  hot water up to 130° C

•    Sealed register water proof (IP 67)
•    Sealed register may be rotated through 360°
•    Up to 3 pulsers can be fitted without breaking the meter seal
•    Maximum corrosion protection by powder coating
•    Not affected by external magnetic fields
•    Interchangeable measuring element

Application

Flow sensor for heat meters  measuring of hot water up to 130 °C (overloadable up to 150° C) in heating Systems with pressure up to 25/40 bar

Main characteristic for cold water up to 40 °C

•    Sealed register water proof (IP 67)
•    Sealed register may be rotated through 360°
•    Up to 3 pulsers can be fitted without breaking the meter seal
•    Maximum corrosion protection by powder coating
•    Not affected by external magnetic fields
•    Interchangeable measuring element
•    Performance data better than class B

Application for cold water

Measuring of cold water up to 40 °C (overloadable up to 50 °C) in water supply pipelines with pressure up to 25/40 bar


 
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