ACTON, MA -- (Marketwire) -- 03/05/13 -- Spire Metering Technology, formerly Shenitech, a leader in flow and energy management solutions, today announced the release of their next generation portable ultrasonic BTU meter, the Regal Series RH40. The new Regal Series RH40 is engineered to deliver fast, non-intrusive BTU and flow measurement across a broad array of pipe sizes and various liquids in heating/cooling applications.
The new Regal RH40 is completely portable and relies on clamp-on sensors to effectively perform non-intrusive measurements on flow, temperature and heat energy/BTU consumption on pipes ranging from 0.5" to 120" in diameter. The RH40 handheld unit weighs in at only 1lb, but provides large data logging storage, rich analog input/output options and comprehensive on-site diagnostic features. It is an ideal tool for energy survey, energy audit, facility management, HVAC balancing, system efficiency verification of any heating/cooling circuits.
Like all of Spire Metering's ultrasonic and magnetic measurement and metering products, the RH40 Handheld delivers premium quality and results, at a lower price than competing products from GE, Flexim, Onicon, and others. Key features of the Spire Metering product line include:
•100% proven by over 1000 customers in over 30 countries •Advanced transit-time ultrasonic technology combined with Spire Metering's own patented signal processing technology for accurate, non-intrusive, maintenance-free results •User-Friendly interface with easy 4-step configuration •Flexible Installation •100% Satisfaction backed by a comprehensive 2-year quality guarantee
For pricing and product inquiries please contact us at 888-738-0188 or visit our website at www.SpireMT.com.
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