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Household water meters SKHV AND SGV

Bitovoi schetchik Performance:

SGV and SHV meters are designed to measure volume of cold and hot drinking water flowing in a pipeline at a temperature from 5°C to 40 °С for cold water meters (SHV) and from 5 to 90 °C for hot water meters (SGV) under a pressure not more than 1,0 MPa (10 kgf/cm2). Due to their versatility and application of similar heat-resisting materials the SGV meters can be used for measurement of consumption of both cold and hot water.
Gold medal of the international competition “Quality of products and services “Eurasia-2011” Gold medal of the international competition “Quality of products and services “Eurasia-2011”
Certificate of the Federal Technical Regulation and Metrology Agency Certificate of the Federal Technical Regulation and Metrology Agency
All the applied materials are approved by the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation All the applied materials are approved by the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation
Warranty life of the device and calibration period Warranty life of the device and calibration period

Remote meter reading

BETAR remote water meters are equipped with a pulse output for connection to the Automated Meter Reading System.

The device shows not only water flow rate, but also attempts to tamper readings with the use of a magnet.

BETAR remote water meters are used in own Smart House Automated Meter Reading System.

Antimagnetic Protection

All BETAR water meters are manufactured in antimagnetic versions preventing tampering of readings.

These devices are resistant to magnetic field effect created by a permanent magnet with an intensity up to 140 kA/m.

Antimagnetic protection is realized using advanced technologies and is provided due to specific distribution of domains and magnetic field in the magnets used in the device design.

Codesign of BETAR engineers with top specialists of M.V. Lomonosov State University.

Documentation and technical characteristics of the testimony