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University of Antwerp Field tests
In March 2011 the University of Antwerp's "Energy and Sustainable Development" research group was commissioned to study the behaviour of the Risycor sensor in a controlled environment. The corrosion speed measured by the sensor was compared to the measurements of high-tech reference sensors from leading manufacturers. The constant corrosion measurements of these reference sensors serve as a benchmark for the Risycor tests.
The final report was written in February 2013, drawing on 25 measurements taken over almost two years in very diverse circumstances. They clearly showed that the Risycor measures the corrosion speed much more accurately than the reference sensors.
In early 2012, an independent external corrosion analysis specialist commissioned by Resus started intensive field tests (200). The study had two goals. The first was to collect as much data as possible on healthy and sick central heating systems. The second was to put the theory into practice and test the sensor in actual operating conditions.
The Resus technology has now been patented and recognised by various official bodies.