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SCHMIDT Flow Sensor SS 20.700 High Velocity

The SCHMIDT Flow Sensor SS 20.700 for high-velocity gas flow measurement (0.1 to 220 m/sec) in aggressive applications. This instrument is the perfect solution for extremely demanding industrial applications. It can be used for compressed air monitoring, gas monitoring on process burners, and consumption recording of gases, among others.

The SS 20.700 records flow speed as well as media temperatures of up to 120 °C. It can be used in small tubes from DN 25 upwards and can involve a sensor length of up to 600 mm to measure the volumetric flow rate in large channels and ducts. The sensor can be used in overpressure up to 16 barg.

Advantages of the Schmidt SS20.700 Flow Sensor:

  • “Heavy-Duty applications”
  • Double-pin sensor head, sensor elements completely encapsulated in stainless steel
  • For air and other gases in applications with harsh conditions (medium with aggressive components, contamination, high humidity)
  • Flow and temperature signal
  • Probe length 250 or 600 mm
  • Remote sensor (optional)
  • Measuring ranges 0 … 10 m/s to 0 … 220 m/s, special measuring range
  • Special gas adjustment for different gases (optional)
  • Pulse output
  • Grease free / O2 applications / PWIS-free (optional)
  • Pressure resistant up to 16 bar
  • Temperature range +120 °C
  • Module interface for expansion of sensor functions

The SS 20.700 operates without any moving parts and due to the measuring principle drift or ageing does not play a role. This reduces the maintenance required for the sensor to an absolute minimum.

Fluidic are a recognised partner of Schmidt Technologies for the United Kingdom.  Our instrumentation engineers are product trained and are able to help with instrument selection within the full thermal air flow instrumentation line from Schmidt.   Please call either office for more information (Glasgow 0141 641 5920,  Warrington 01925 572401).


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