Sauermann airflow meter serves as a multipurpose air-balancing deviceFebruary 10, 2020 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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The Sauermann Group manufactures an impressive line of test and measurement instrumentation – which is now available in Canada through Chevrier Instruments Inc. Sauermann’s wares include the newly redesigned KIMO DBM 620 airflow meter. This multipurpose, electronic air-balancing device is recommended primarily for efficient taking of direct air-volume readings from air vents.
Using long-range and low-energy Bluetooth 4.2 technology and supplied with a calibration certificate, this airflow meter can display up to four parameters at the same time; options include airflow, relative humidity, atmospheric pressure, temperature, differential pressure, and air velocity.
Five different hood configurations
The DBM 620 offers the Air Changes per Hour metric, the first of its kind to be integrated into a balometer, and it allows users to switch easily between five different hood configurations. Lighter and small than previous Sauermann airflow meters, this instrument also functions as an autonomous micromanometer with a Pitot tube attachment. The SmartKap app enables easy reading and export of measurement data, while the extendable tripod eliminates the need for ladders in most work environments.
Other features of this device from Chevrier: a measuring range from 35 to 4,250 cubic metres per hour (m3/h); a hoods flow straightener, compatible with all air vent types; a patented folding frame and space-saving hoods storage; a transport case for compact storage; a hold function; an Air Change Rate function; automatic airflow direction (extraction or air blast); automatic or point-by-point averaging; and a removable measuring unit (micromanometer function).
Among the other technical specifications of the Sauermann Group’s DBM 620 airflow meter:
- Airflow (calculated parameter): accuracy of plus or minus three per cent of the measurement plus or minus ten m3/h; resolution of one m3/h.
- Air velocity (calculated parameter): accuracy of plus or minus three per cent of the measurement plus or minus 0.04 metres per second (m/s); measuring range from 0.2 to ten m/s; resolution of 0.01 m/s up to three m/s and 0.1 m/s above.
- Temperature (NTC): accuracy of plus or minus 0.02 degrees Celsius; measuring range from 0.2 to 70 degrees Celsius; resolution of 0.1 degrees Celsius.
For more information, contact Chevrier.