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Paddlewheel Flow Sensor works with pipe sizes from 3-40 in -  Available in brass, PVC, or stainless steel, Series IPFS (Insertion Paddlewheel Flow Sensor) includes hot tap model with bronze or stainless steel valve assembly. Bearings are made from ruby jewel to reduce coefficient of friction and maintain accuracy. Rotation of impeller is used to measure flow, and various saddle fittings come in iron or brass. Compatible with clean liquids, series suits chemical proportioning applications or applications with rapidly changing fluid conductivity ...





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C.Y.Kwok, K.M.Lin, R.S.Huang, A silicon thermo-capacitive flow sensor with frequency modulated output, Sensors and Actuators A., 1997.


A.L. Dring and B.E. Jones, Integrated On-line Multisensing of Fluid Flow Using a Mechanical Resonator, In Proceedings of the 13th European Conference on Solid-State Transducers (EUROSENSORS XIII), The Hague, The Netherlands, 12-15 September, 1999, pp.883-886.

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Flow and Level Measurement. Transaction in Measurement and Control, Vol.4

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Biernacki Z., Kurkowski M., Zloto T., Correlation Flow-meter with a Thermoanemometric Sensor

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John Flood, Ultrasonic Flowmeter Basics, Sensors Magazine, October 1997

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S.J. Chen, Calculating Calibration Constant K for Mechanical Flow Sensors, Sensors Magazine, October 1998

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Jerry S.J. Chen, Paddlewheel Flow Sensors: The Overlooked Choice, Sensors Magazine, December 1999

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David Wadlow, Turbine Flowmeters, Part 1: Details of the Basic Axial, Sensors Magazine, October 1999

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David Wadlow,Turbine Flowmeters, Part 2: Designs and Special Cases, Sensors Magazine, November 1999

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Larry Lynnworth, High-Temperature Flow Measurement with Wetted and Clamp-On Ultrasonic Sensors, Sensors Magazine, October 1999

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Bob Carrell, Trends in Electronic Flow Computers, Sensors Magazine, October 1999

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Blake Doney, EMF Flow Measurement in Partially Filled Pipes, Sensors Magazine, October 1999

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Don Ersland, Uncertainty Analysis in Pitot Static Pneumatic Mass Flow Measurements, Sensors Magazine, October 2000

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Larry Lynnworth, Clamp-On Flowmeters for Fluids, Sensors Magazine, August 2001

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William Hennessy, A review of your flow sensing options, Sensors Magazine, Vol.23, Issue 10 , October 2006, pp.22-28

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Stephen Cox, Air-Gas Mass Flow Meter Improves Wastewater Treatment Processing Efficiency, Product Design and Development, 15 November 2011



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