Compact Flow Sensors Are Rugged And Reliable

Compact Flow Sensors Are Rugged And Reliable
Kobold Instruments Inc.

The DFT series paddle flow sensors offer the same rugged reliability as the company’s DF series but in a compact and more economical design. The DFT uses an inlet nozzle to redirect flow onto the paddle thus there are no straight piping requirements as with many other paddle type designs. The sensors are available in two material combinations to handle a wide variety of liquids. The nickel plated brass version handles water, light chemicals and low viscosity liquids (<10 cSt), while the PTFE version will stand up to aggressive chemicals. An open collector frequency output is standard with optional analog and controller outputs that offer an LCD displays, analog fl ow transmitters, programmable relays and totalizer and batch controller options. A datasheet is available at

KOBOLD Instruments Inc.
Pittsburgh, PA
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Company: Kobold Instruments Inc.
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