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What Are The Differences Between A Hot Water And A Cold-Water Meter?

Intellimeter Canada Inc.
Publication date:
July 8, 2020
Article Summary: 

This article discusses the differences between hot water and cold water meters. Water meters measure the volume of water consumed and provide detailed information on water usage. There are different types of water meters available, such as single and multi-jet and ultrasonic hot and cold domestic water meters. Hot water meters are designed to measure the consumption of hot water, while cold water meters measure the consumption of cold water. Domestic cold water meters can measure water consumption at temperatures up to 30 degrees Celsius, while hot water meters can measure usage at temperatures ranging between 60 and 90 degrees Celsius. Water sub-metering can be beneficial for both domestic and commercial property owners, landlords, managers, and operators to decrease water consumption and bring water bills down. It is important to ensure that the meters installed satisfy all regulations, technical requirements, and local standards.


water meter, hot water, cold water, consumption, sub-metering, property owners, commercial property, regulations, technical requirements, local standards.

Source Citation: 
Intellimeter Canada Inc.
What Are The Differences Between A Hot Water And A Cold-Water Meter?
July 8, 2020
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