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Measurement Options

All of our instruments measure differential / gage pressure and flow velocity. Select the cases below for extra options.

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Select Measurement Ranges

Depending on the options above the instrument may have more than one range. More details...

Sensor 1 Range:
Test conditions for sensor 1:
Medium: Air at 20C, 101.325 kPa (absolute)

Probe: Pitot-Static
Test Area: 1m Dia
Sensor 2 Range:
Test conditions for sensor 2:
Medium: Air at 20C, 101.325 kPa (absolute)

Probe: Pitot-Static
Test Area: 1m Dia
Sensor 3 Range:
Test conditions for sensor 3:
Medium: Air at 20C, 101.325 kPa (absolute)

Probe: Pitot-Static
Test Area: 1m Dia

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Medium:

Temperature: (-200 to 1250 °C)

Pressure: (2 to 30 psi absolute)

Select test configuration and dimensions.

Round Duct:

Diameter (D):

Rectangular Duct:

Width (W):

Height (H):

Open Area:

Max Insertion (H):

Duct or mounting wall thickness (if any):

Select probe that you want to use to measure speed or flow.


Pitot-Static Probe

General use for determining point flow velocity and flow rates from velocity surveys

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Rapid Averaging Probe (RAP)

Designed for quickly measuring average flow speed or flow rates in ducts

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S-Type Probe

Designed for measuring velocity in dirty flows such as smoke stacks.

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Kiel Probe

Total pressure probe designed to measure velocity where the direction of flow changes considerably during testing

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Select this if you want to use your own probe.

Flow coefficient =

Corrected Velocity=flow coefficient × Uncorrected Velocity

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