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New age paddlewheel

31 March 2008

Designed for cooling systems in plastics processing or die-casting machines, printing presses, industrial lasers, grinders or in water treatment plants, the sensor handles flow rates from 0.5 to 80 m3/h with media temperatures 0 to 100ºC in nominal pipe diameters from 6 to 65 millimetres.

The sensor features a magnetic or optical sensor principle to detect the paddlewheel speed. There is a version with a non-magnetic paddle wheel that is insensitive to metallic particles in the medium and to strong magnetic fields such as those generated by induction coils.


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