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Rotor/Turbine Flow


Low flow inline monitoring.

Great for Laboratory and Clinical Wet Benches


In-line rotor type sensors produce a transistor-type square wave output signal. Positioned in the flow cell, they are able to measure lower flow rates.


Turbine flow sensors are full-bore devices designed for low flow measurements. Similar to paddlewheels,

they rely on the energy in the flow stream to spin a rotor (turbine). The difference is the shaft is in the center of, and parallel to, the flow stream. The velocity of the liquid spins the turbine for detection by external electronic circuitry, producing a transistor-type square wave with a frequency directly proportional to the flow rate.

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