Thermal Flow Meters

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E+E flow meters measure the mass flow of compressed air and technical gases in pipe networks from DN15 to DN700 with operating pressure of up to 40 bar (580 psi)

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Thermal Flow Meters
Thermal Flow Meters
Posted on October 17, 2016 - (197 views)
E+E Elektronik Ges.m.b.H.
Langwiesen 7
4209 Engerwitzdorf - Austria
+43-7235-6050
+43-7235-6058
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E+E Elektronik offers a wide range of sensors and transmitters for reliable and highly accurate measurement of relative humidity, temperature, dew point, air velocity, moisture in oil, co2, mass flow.

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