MID and WRAS Approved Water Meters Available for Fast Delivery.
Large Stock Held in 15mm to 300mm Sizes Buy direct on-line for quick delivery direct to any UK address. All water meters comply with the European Measuring Instruments Directive 2014/32/EU meaning they are accurate and calibrated to a very high standard. Building energy metering and environmental monitoring can be achieved using our water meters including BREEAM as a method for assessing, rating, and certifying the sustainability of a building. Prices start from as little as £ 61.00 net. All meters are safe for potable water and meet the requirements for billing purposes.
WRAS Approved Water Meters. The Water Regulations Advisory Scheme (WRAS) is a conformance mark that demonstrates that an item complies with high standards set out by water regulations official proclamation in 1999 in the United Kingdom. It is enforced in the UK by the water supply companies. WRAS covers all plumbing systems, water fittings, and equipment supplied, or to be supplied, with water from the public water supply. It is not illegal to install a product such as water fittings in the UK without the WRAS mark but it may have to have compliance in other ways.
The range of water meters supplied with the LeakSaver product are calibrated to accurately output the amount of water flowing into a building in order to measure the consumption (BREEAM WAT02) and also determine if there is a water leak (BREEAM WAT03).
Envirotech Alarms sell a range of high quality reliable water meters to work both with the LeakSaver alarm panels and as independant energy monitoring devices. All water meters come with pulse output readers attached as standard that send a signal directly to a BMS or to another data logging device that equates to a volume of water. Fitted with a pulse reader as standard with outputs of 1 pulse to 1 litre of water and 1 pulse to 10 litres of water the pulse is read by the LeakSaver panel. The pulses are fed through a pulse splitter allowing simultaneous connection to a BMS for monitoring consumption and also as a reference against which a leak can be detected. By telling the LeakSaver what the expected water usage will be for the building (this can be set at different levels for different times of the day) and comparing the pulses from the water to meter to this, any amount that exceeds this will trigger an alarm.