New Product: Magnetic-Inductive Flow Sensors

March 20, 2008
Compact magnetic-inductive flow sensors measure from 2 to 40 lpm. The external pipe connection is NPT.

There are no moving parts and the sensors resist soiled liquids. Changes to temperature, density, viscosity, or concentration of the medium do not affect the output signal. They can be used where flow sensors with moving parts, such as vane sensors, cannot be used due to soiled media. These sensors are intended for measuring flow rates or dosing liquids.

Sika USA Inc.
1500 S. Sylvania Ave.
Suite 109, Sturtevant, WI 53177
(262) 886-2695
sika-usa.com

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