Measure the flow rate of liquids and confirm that liquid is flowing through your system with these sensors. They use rotor or turbine technology to detect flow and work best with clean, low-viscosity liquids that provide some lubrication. These sensors are compact and mount inline with pipes for easy integration into your system.
Electronic Visible Rotor
Get accurate flow rate measurements and quick visual confirmation of flow using these rotor-style electronic sensors. The easy-to-see magnetic rotor spins at the rate of liquid flow and generates electronic pulses that can be interpreted by digital totalizers or other controllers to measure the flow rate. Either of the sensor's two ports can be used for flow entry. Use these sensors in chemical metering applications, water injection systems, heat exchangers, and processing equipment.
Standard Visible Rotor
Use these sensors for visual confirmation that liquid is flowing through your system or to estimate the flow rate of liquids using the turning speed of the rotor. These sensors have a clear lens and a bright orange rotor for easy visibility, and either of the sensor's two ports can be used for flow entry. They are commonly used on injection molding machines and heat exchangers.
Ideal for low-flow liquid monitoring applications, these electronic turbine sensors have a small, internal rotor that turns with the rate of the flow in the system. As the sensor's magnetic rotor turns, it generates electronic pulses that are sent to a controller or transmitter to measure the rate of flow. These sensors provide accurate measurements even when there are pressure changes in the system due to aging filters. They are easy to install, and can be used to replace existing timer dispensing systems.