Measuring technology for flow rate, mass flow rate and flow velocity
Probe ZS25 ... ZG4
standard for fixed measuring - with connection housing
Probe ZS25 ... ZG1/ZG2
standard for fixed and portable measuring - with connection cable
Probe ZS25/27 ... ZG2
also for measuring in hot and pressurized mediums - with connection cable
Probe ZS25 ... ZG5 Ex-d / ATEX
for applications in Ex areas with Ex-d explosion proof housing
Probe ZS30 ... ZG4
for measuring low flow velocities - up to +350 °C - with connection housing
Probe ZS16 ... ZG1/ZG2
diameter 16 mm - for small pipe diameters - with connection cable
Probe ZSR25 ... ZG1/ZG2
with +/- direction sensing - with connection cable
with integrated temperature sensor Pt100 - with connection cable
Probe TS/TSR ... ZG1
for aerodynamic analysis - with connection cable
Vane wheel flow meters designed as insertion probes are suitable for both fixed and portable applications for flow measuring in gases and liquids / water, as well as for Ex requirements (ATEX, CSA).
These flow quantity meters designed as probes can be used in pipes or ducts with an inside diameter equal to or greater than 40 mm and are anchored with a pressure resistant probe guide piece. Alternatively, these flow rate sensors can be manually operated for applications in fixed free flows for gases, water and in liquids or for measuring fluid flow. Probe extensions are available for deeper insertion of the flow sensors in the medium, for instance water, or for measuring gas emissions in chimney stacks and channels in incineration plants.
Vane wheel flow meters can be put to their best advantage in applications in demineralized, purified water, as electromagnetic flow meters cannot be used in these conditions due to their conductivity.
Höntzsch vane wheel insertion probes are also ideally suited for fixed measuring of actual flow velocity and flow rate in clean gases and liquids / water and even briefly in particle-laden media.
Probe diameters of the vane wheel flow meters: 16, 25 and 30 mm.
Standard measuring ranges: 3, 20, 40, 80 and 120 m/s.
Further possible applications: system measurements, fish ladders, blowdown lines, .....