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Dwyer Ds-300-1, Series Ds In-Line Flow Sensor Aae21F
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Dwyer Ds-300-1, Series Ds In-Line Flow Sensor Aae21F

203 USD

Dwyer, DS-300-1, Series DS In-Line Flow Sensor, 1" Pipe Size Use with the Dwyer® Differential Pressure Gage or Transmitters In-Line Flow Sensors are averaging Pitot tubes that provide accurate and convenient flow rate sensing for schedule 40 pipe

Accessories include adapters with ¼″ SAE 45° flared ends compatible with hoses supplied with the Model A-471 Portable Capsuhelic® Gage Kit

Valves are fitted with 1/8″ female NPT connections

Conventional Pitot tubes sense velocity pressure at only one point in the flowing stream

Therefore, a series of measurements must be taken across the stream to obtain a meaningful average flow rate

The Dwyer® flow sensor eliminates the need for «traversing» the flowing stream because of its multiple sensing points and built-in averaging capability

Standard valves are rated at 200 psig (13.7 bar) and 200°F (93.3°C).

When purchased with a Dwyer® Capsuhelic® differential pressure gage of appropriate range, the result is a flow indicating system delivered off the shelf at an economical price

Pitot tubes have been used in flow measurement for years

They are furnished with instrument shut-off valves on both pressure connections

Dwyer® Series DS-300 flow sensors are designed to be inserted in the pipeline through a compression fitting

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