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Consumption accounts

Brunata can help with drafting consumption accounts for heating. This means that we allocate the total heat consumption among the residents who have access to heat in the property.

This ensures a fair allocation and correct billing of the resident's heat consumption.

The allocation is done by means of Brunata's electronic heat cost allocator and energy meter. The measurement of the heat depends on the room’s heating source, whether it is an apartment, shop, or the like. As an example, the measurement of heat relates to the heat cost allocator on the radiator, and the measurement from the energy meter relates to the floor heating.

Since 1999, it has been mandatory in Denmark to bill for heat consumption via individual metering. The purpose of installing heat cost allocator is to get people to save energy. Brunata’s Futura Heat, which is a heat cost allocator, has been developed with patented dual-sensor-measurement – this ensures that everyone need only pay for their actual consumption. In other words, there is a sensor for measuring the heat in the room, and a second sensor for measuring the heat emanating from the radiator. This means that the meter measures all of the heat emitted into the room by the radiator (added heat), and all the heat that the radiator absorbs from the room (subtracted heat), for example, heat from the sun or a stove. The added heat deducted from the subtracted heat equals the heat that residents actually consume, and that is exactly the heat that the resident must pay for.

Brunata Futura Heat exists in several versions with external radiator and/or room sensors. 

Would you like to know more about our various offers in heat and energy meters, please contact our sales department.

Even the smallest changes to the property can have a decisive influence on your bill. Therefore, there are several advantages to keeping updated regarding the changes that occur throughout the year. The more we know about your property, the more your annual consumption account will be correct. And the cost allocation among the residents will be fairer. At the same time, we can provide accounts more quickly when we have prior knowledge of the year's changes.