Impeller Insert Flow Sensor Model 220 PVCS
- Large pipe diameters
up to 40“
Suited for low viscous fluids and corrosive fluids.
- Housing Material
The Impeller 220 PVCS flow sensor is an insertion style flow sensor constructed of non-metallic materials for all wetted parts. These sensors are designed for service in corrosive fluids. The metallic trim, in non-wetted areas, is 316 stainless steel. The sensor mounts in a 2" NPT thread and may be attached to the pipe with a saddle or other types of mounting hardware.
The 220 PVCS sensor features a six bladed impeller design with a proprietary, non-magnetic sensing mechanism. The impeller shape coupled with the absence of magnetic drag provides consistent accuracy and repeatability throughout the flow range of the sensor. As the liquid turns the impeller, a low impedance signal is transmitted with a frequency proportional to the flow rate. This signal can travel up to 600 m (2000 feet) between the sensor and the display unit without the need for amplification.
|Materials of Construction||
Impeller and bearing:Tefzel
Shaft :Zirconia ceramic
Housing: Glass reinforced polyphenylene sulfide (PPS)
O-ring: Ethylene Propylene (EPDM)
Sleeve and mounting adapter: Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)
Trim: 316 stainless steel
100 psi @ 20°C
60°C (140°F) @ 40 psi
|Recommended design flow range||
0,15 to 9 m/s
Initial detection below 0,1 m/s
±1.0% of full scale over recommended design flow range
±4.0% of reading within calibration range
±0.3% of full scale over recommended design flow range
±0.2% of full scale over recommended design flow range
|Output frequency||3.2 Hz to 200 Hz|
|Output pulse width||
5 msec ±25%
|Cable||6 m (20 feet) of 2-conductor 20 AWG shielded U.L. type PTLC wire provided for connection to display or analog transmitter unit.Rated to 105°C. May be extended to a maximum of 600 m with similar cable and insulation appropriate for application
- Industrial energy consumption metering with energy meters.
- Chemical injections for water treatment
- Big volume film processing
- Fish production industry
- Batching processes for bakeries
- Flter rinsing systems