Superstatic heat meters from Sontex:
flexible and reliable.
Superstatic is top of its class
Superstatic heat and cooling meters are available for many flow rates. They are used in building technology and automation and in heating networks.
Superstatic meters have been used countless times for heat metering and are unrivalled in cooling applications. They work with flow-rate and temperature sensors that inform the relevant integrator of volume and temperature differences. They can be fitted horizontally or vertically and used in hot or cold pipe configurations.
A wide range of communication modules is available.
Superstatic meters are suitable with over 75 different cooling liquids, which can be extended upon request. Uneven blends have no effect on measurement precision.
Superstatic heat meters work by fluidic oscillation: the specific geometry within the meter creates a stable oscillation with a frequency directly proportional to the flow rate. The piezoelectric sensor measures this frequency based on the differences in pressure, thus calculating the quantity of water.
Developed over 50 years ago by NASA, this principle was improved to market maturity by Sontex and is used today in many hundreds of thousands of heat meters worldwide. One of its advantages is that it can also be used for large pipe diameters. Superstatic meters comply with the requirements of the standard EN1434 class 2.
Each range has an identical integrator, which reduces technical training to an absolute minimum.