S14F ULTRASONIC FLOW METER
The meter, depending on the version, can be used for heat accounting at industrial or public utility facilities as well as in residential buildings.More about this product
High-precision heat and water accounting at medical institutions is one of the important tasks of the health care system. First of all, it’s because in many hospitals and maternity homes quality heating and water supply is required around the clock.
SEMPAL ultrasonic heat and water meters provide modern high-precision energy accounting at medical facilities of any size.
Additional savings can be obtained when paying for heat and water by installing regulators or SEMPAL individual heat points on hospital buildings. As an example, one of the implemented projects in Vinnitsya can be cited. Here on 17 buildings of Vinnytsya Regional Clinical Hospital not only ultrasonic meters were installed, but also SEMPAL temperature regulators. As a result of installation of SEMPAL equipment in this hospital, the savings for consumed utilities amounted to 22.2% per year.
As mentioned above, large hospitals usually consist of many separately standing buildings. In this case, the implementation of modern commercial accounting allows sharing the heat consumption between the buildings of the hospital clearly. An example of this approach is the installation of SEMPAL ultrasonic heat meters on the buildings of one of the oldest medical institutions in Ukraine - the Alexander Hospital, located in the heart of Kiev.
SEMPAL devices are easily integrated into the energy accounting and regulation system on the scale of any hospital with the help of the program Sempal Device Manager. It allows getting information about all the necessary parameters of heat and water consumption from various buildings of the medical institution and output this information to the computer.
Currently, hundreds of SEMPAL devices provide commercial heat and water accounting at a variety of healthcare facilities. Many projects were implemented within the state programs of the Ministry of Health in Ukraine.