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These flowmeters are equipped with high-temperature sensors

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Kral

Kral

For flowmeters, sensors limit the maximum operating temperature while the flow volume and direction of flow are registered by means of spindle rotation. In addition to the available standard model for temperatures of up to 125°C, the economically priced OMP series is now also available with high-temperature sensors for operating at temperatures up to 200°C. The so-called Volumeter (photo) delivers a precision of±0.1% of the measuring value. — Kral AG, Lustenau, Austria

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