Sewer network measurement

The functions of a Comfort Air Technology system can only be fulfilled if the air distribution in the entire duct network complies with the planning specifications. By measuring volume flows and pressures in individual air ducts of a duct network, the air distribution can be determined, the entire system adjusted and, if necessary, optimized. Measuring points for pressure and volume flow, e.g. for fan optimizer operation, can thus be set specifically. In addition, user complaints due to draughts or increased noise emissions can be avoided or eliminated. Thanks to demand-based air distribution, the energy requirement and thus the costs for air conveyance can also be minimized. A measurement to determine the status quo is therefore worthwhile in any case and can be carried out both on site and in the LTG laboratory with high precision in accordance with DIN EN ISO 5167-2 (formerly DIN EN 1952) using an aperture measuring section. The trivial method for rectangular cross-sections or the gravity line method for circular cross-section ducts in accordance with DIN EN 12599 is used for on-site inspections. This is fully accepted by the DGNB for the certification of buildings. In process plants, too, the provision of air at defined points is often crucial for the process reliability and reliability of a plant and the quality of the products. For example, if the air volume is too low, the air conveying of material no longer works and pipes become clogged, or heat is not dissipated sufficiently and product quality fluctuates. Actual air volumes are often no longer known after years of system operation or have not been recalculated after conversions, meaning that process reliability is not guaranteed. Experienced LTG engineers use modern, mobile measurement technology to evaluate your application on site. We then develop solution concepts for a flow-optimized and/or performance-optimized application and implement these on request. Would you also like to optimize your system or production process in terms of air technology? Do you have other questions about volume flow or pressures in your system? Give us a call, send us an e-mail or simply use our contact form - LTG engineers will be happy to help you!