PT. SRIAYU MULTI KREASI

Jual Water Meter ZENNER 1 Inch


The multi-jet dry dial meter has been tried and tested a measuring points where a wet dial cannot be used or is not desired. It is characterised by the guaranteed readability of the digit rollers combined with the reliable measuring principle of a multi-jet meter. Constant development guarantees accurate measuring results and the best long-term stability.

It is available in the well-known WVG body or the flow-optimised ZR-body.

Performance Characteristic in overview :

  • counter construction dry dial
  • Proven through worlwide use a million times over
  • Viewing window made of high-quality UV-proof plastic
  • For horizontal piping

Description :

  • Rugged, light and intelligently conceived
  • Approx. 25% less weight than WVG brass bodies
  • Comprehensive manipulation protection in standard version
  • Prepared for remote reading in standard version
  • Optionally: counter for Copper-Can version
  • Display range from 0.5 l to 99,999 cubic metres
  • Operating temperature 30°C, with security up to 50°C
  • Nominal Pressure PN 16
  • Version MTKD-S-N with pulse output (reed) for remote read-out systems
  • Standard pulse value 10 l/pulse, optional 1 l/pulse available
  • Version MTKD-S-M with modulator disc for non-reactive scanning for radio, M bus or pulse
  • Approved in accordance with MID

Product Features

Length without connectors 165 mm 190 mm
Housing Material Brass
Nominal Flow Q3 (≈ Qn) Q3=2,5 (≈ Qn 1,5)Q3=4 (≈ Qn 2,5)
Nominal Diameter DN (mm) DN 15DN 20
Register Dry DialDry Dial protection class IP 68
Nominal Diameter (inch) 3/4 “1″
Measuring Principle Multi-Jet Meters
Temperature Safe up to 50° C
Specified Units on Display Cubik Meters (m³)
Additional Options Anti-Magnet-ProtectionCopper Can (IP 68)Modulator Disc for inductive sensorsNano Coating (Antifog)Ultrasonic Welding (IP 67)Wiper for lens (Antifog)
AMR Technologies Reed PulserElectronic PulserM-BusRadio via wireless M-Bus
Metrological Class horizontal (max.) R 160

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