Thermal dispersion flow switch series for liquid monitoring

Aplus Finetek Sensor's SP Series of thermal dispersion flow switches are designed for use in monitoring flow/no-flow conditions of liquids in pipes and other conduits and it can be used with hazardous explosive fluids.

01/06/2016


Aplus Finetek Sensor's SP Series of thermal dispersion flow switches are designed for use in monitoring flow/no-flow conditions of liquids in pipes and other conduits and it can be used with hazardous explosive fluids. Courtesy: Aplus Finetek

Aplus Finetek Sensor's SP Series of thermal dispersion flow switches are designed for use in monitoring flow/no-flow conditions of liquids in pipes and other conduits. It has no moving parts and uses thermal dispersion flow detection technology to detect flow and no-flow conditions. It can also be used with hazardous explosive fluids. It also features adjustable sensitivity and alarm threshold and has two thermal sensing elements are contained within the single probe element. One sensor is maintained at a constant temperature and the other varies with the fluid flow. The SP series can also be provided with a solid state switch or relay alarm output. The SP series flow switch is provided in stainless steel construction and with insertion lengths from 1- to 8-in. in length.

Aplus Finetek Sensor, Inc. 

www.aplusfine.com 

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