DANWELL ApS

DANWELL ApS

DANWELL insulated meter box protects the meter and all other inside technical installation from frost. If you want to be sure.In Denmark it is mandatory that every costumer shold have a water meter. This water meter should be installed in a way allowing easy access. Due to the fact that many consumers are absendt during the day, the water meter has be installed at the boarder of the property and the public road allowing closure of the water supply for any necessary repair of the pipe line or for any eventuel installation of tapping tees. It also allows the community to read the water consumption at any time.

Company details

Bjerrevej 104 , Horsens , DK-8700 Denmark

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Business Type:
Manufacturer
Industry Type:
Water and Wastewater - Water Monitoring and Testing
Market Focus:
Internationally (various countries)

WHY USE DANWELL METER BOXES?

DANWELL insulated meter box protects the meter and all other inside technical installation from frost. If you want to be sure.

INSULATED WATER METER BOXES

Our insulating material has a density of 20 kg / m3. The following figures apply to the material at  0 ºC,  mwhich is the relevant temperature.

NEED MORE INFO?

Please don´t hesitate contacting us if you have any kind for inqueries about our products, we will be more than happy to assist you.

Due to the fact that many consumers are absent during the day, the water meter has be installed at the border of the property and the public road allowing closure of the water supply for any necessary repair of the pipe line or for any eventuel installation of tapping tees.

It also allows the community to read the water consumption at any time.

Advantages of being installed outside
  • After the watermeter is every house responsibility. 
  • Controls or repairs can be made during absence
  • Note of consumption can be made duing absence. 
  • Installatin of tapping tees for further consumers can be made.
  • In case of any leakages, fast repairs can be made without wasting water and avoiding that drinking water enters into the ground.