Micronics heatmeters collect usage data in prestigious, London office building
21 August 2019
Vertex with offices in the City of London use 3 Micronics U1000 heatmeters to collect usage data from different landlord and tenant circuits in Chancery House, a 9 storey, multi-tenant office building in the London Borough of Sutton.
Bill Burns, Project Director for Vertex Building Services Ltd had used Micronics heatmeters in the past. “I was impressed with Micronics products and therefore had complete confidence that the U1000 heatmeters would perform flawlessly and deliver the data required for this long-standing client. Vertex won this contract following a lengthy tender process so we were doubly determined to do a perfect job and therefore needed to have that confidence.”
The new U1000MKII-HM is a “Best Value” Clamp-on, Ultrasonic heat meter alternative to traditional inline energy meters. It provides reliable energy management and billing applications in commercial, district or shared heating or cooling systems. And offers significant installation cost and dry maintenance benefits over traditional inline products.