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How to read household water meters?
How to read household water meters? Water meters and electricity meters are devices that measure a family's water and electricity consumption, but many people don't know how to read the water meter's degree, so they can't accurately know the water consumption of the family, even if someone steals water. So today, the editor will give you a common sense of common special terms for household water meters and how to look at household water meters.
Common terms for household water meters
1. Velocity water meter: It is installed in a closed pipe and consists of a moving element, and the water flow speed directly makes it obtain the power speed.
2. Volumetric water meter: It is installed in the pipeline and consists of some chambers of known volume that are filled and discharged successively with fluid and a water meter composed of a fluid-driven mechanism, or a quantitative discharge water meter for short.
3. Overload flow (qs): The maximum flow rate of the water meter in a short period of time without damage is twice the usual flow rate.
4. Common flow rate (qp): the optimal flow rate of the water meter under normal working conditions, that is, stable or intermittent flow.
5. Boundary flow (qt): The flow that occurs when the flow range is divided into two zones. The "high zone" and the "low zone" are each characterized by a maximum allowable error for that zone.
6. Minimum flow (qmin): The minimum flow required by the water meter within the maximum allowable error limit. It is related to the value of the water meter code.
7. Pressure loss: At a given flow rate, the pressure reduction caused by the presence of a water meter in the pipeline.