Mag Meter Flow Sensor

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Mag Meter Flow Sensor
Mag Meter Flow Sensor

The VMZ magnetic inductive flow sensor from SIKA Dr. Siebert & Kühn stands out with its innovative design and its unique technical features. Specifically designed for OEM applications, it uses plastic components.

Light and compact

Impressive features of the revolutionary flow sensor include an unobstructed pipe cross section with no projecting parts to avoid additional pressure drop. Only a short upstream section is required, making compact installation possible. The VMZ is unaffected by changes in viscosity, density, pressure or temperature. The use of plastic components means that the new flow sensor is both light and compact, making it ideal for use in mobile applications.

The flow sensor is used with conductive liquids, particularly in places where flow sensors with moving parts cannot be used due to clogging of media. It constantly measures volumetric flow rates and ensures precise dispensing of liquids, all over an amazingly wide measuring range. Seven different flow ranges are available.
 

Posted on June 28, 2018 - (309 views)
Sika - Dr. Siebert & Kühn GmbH & Co. KG
Struthweg 7-9
34260 Kaufungen - Germany
+49-5605-8030
+49-5605-803-54
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