Typical steam distribution systems rely on steam flow measurements as a way to measure and bill energy usage at a given point-of-use (building or structure, Heat exchanger, fan coil unit, etc.). Does measuring and billing this way make a major assumption that may not be true?
As energy conservation becomes more prevalent throughout society, the requirement arises for most users/industries to first measure energy usage in order to conserve. For heating and chilled water applications, this requires the installation of flow and temperature measuring devices tied to a BTU computer. From this information, the end user can assess where and how […]