Water Metering


For precise measurement of the amount of water used by different units, buildings, or processes, water metering involves measuring and monitoring water consumption in a range of settings, such as residential, commercial, and industrial. This information is necessary to figure out patterns of water use, reduce waste, and put conservation measures in place.

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Water Metering Benefits


Water metering assists with exact measurements, effective water management, and supporting global efforts to encourage responsible and sustainable water use.

Precision Conservation
Maintain close tabs on how much water is used so that you can take proactive steps to save water for a sustainable future.

Cost Efficiency
Accurate water meters allow for precise billing and cost allocation, which reduces your building's water-related expenses.

Leak Detection
With real-time monitoring, leaks are found and fixed quickly, avoiding water loss and damage.

Environmental Stewardship
Help take care of the environment by managing water supplies well and lowering the building's environmental impact.


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Water Metering features


 

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Smart Meter Integration

Smart water meters can be easily introduced so that water use can be tracked and measured accurately in real time.

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Leak Alerts

Get immediate alerts for suspected leaks, so you can take action quickly and limit the damage caused by water.

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Cost Allocation

With accurate data on water use, you can fairly split the cost of water among various divisions or tenants.

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Data Analytics

Use the power of data analytics to look at how water was used in the past, spot trends, and find the best way to utilize water.

How Water Metering Works


Measuring and keeping an eye on how much water a building or facility uses is called water metering. It is an important part of smart building technology that lets you accurately track, analyze, and improve water use.

Installation

Installing smart water meters in key areas of the building is the first step in water metering. There are different kinds of smart water meters, such as flow meters and sound meters.

Data Collection

Smart water meters constantly gather real-time information about how much water is being used and send it directly to a central system or a platform in the cloud.

Data Analysis

  • The data that is sent is collected in a central hub or database. Advanced analytics programs then process the data, which gives information about how people use water.

Leak Detection

Water metering systems have algorithms that can find changes in the flow of water that could mean there are leaks. Users get instant alerts for possible leaks, which lets them be quickly looked into and fixed.

Cost Allocation

Water meters make it easier to figure out how much water costs. In buildings or facilities with multiple tenants, the costs of water can be correctly split between the tenants or departments.

Conservation Strategies

Real-time tracking lets building managers see patterns in how much water is being used. Data from water meters helps put water conservation plans into action.

Sustainability

Water metering helps protect the environment by figuring out how much water a building uses and its natural footprint. This information lets people come up with ways to use less water and have less of an effect on the environment.

Integration

Integrating water metering systems with other smart building technologies makes it possible for HVAC, lighting controls, and other systems to work together to make the building as efficient as possible.

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Want to monitor your facility's water use?

To find out more about water metering and how we can help you optimise your facility, get in contact with our professionals at Direct Control.

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