Vortex flow sensors family

El Monte, Calif.— +GF+Signet expands it line of vortex flow sensors ranging in sizes 1/2 in. to 2 in., plus 3- and 4 in. wafer and flange versions. All are made with PVC, PP, or PVDF material to accommodate applications ranging from chemical delivery to deionized water distribution. Injection-molded to achieve a smooth surface finish for cleanliness and better chemical compatibility, th...

01/01/1970


El Monte, Calif.— +GF+Signet expands it line of vortex flow sensors ranging in sizes 1/2 in. to 2 in., plus 3- and 4 in. wafer and flange versions. All are made with PVC, PP, or PVDF material to accommodate applications ranging from chemical delivery to deionized water distribution. Injection-molded to achieve a smooth surface finish for cleanliness and better chemical compatibility, the sensors reduce manufacturing inconsistencies and in-service particulation. Sensors feature either frequency output or fixed 4-20 mA. They can be used with +GF+Signet's flow instrumentation to achieve better system functionality.

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