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Flow Sensors Analysing Energy Consumption Using Flow Sensors

| Editor: Ahlam Rais

Baumer’s Flex-Flow sensor is able to measure both flow rate and temperature. The flow sensor has a robust stainless steel housing that accommodates all the electronics, so there’s no need for complex wiring or control cabinet installation.

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One exceptional feature of Baumer’s Flex-Flow sensor is its maximum temperature range to 150 degrees Celsius, which also qualifies it for SIP tasks.
One exceptional feature of Baumer’s Flex-Flow sensor is its maximum temperature range to 150 degrees Celsius, which also qualifies it for SIP tasks.
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The Flex-Flow sensor meets the requirements for protection class IP 68 (Baumer protect+), making the sensor, together with the materials used, the perfect solution for hygienic applications. One exceptional feature is its maximum temperature range to 150 degrees Celsius, which also qualifies it for Sterilization-In-Process (SIP) tasks.

The simple installation of the calorimetric flow sensor is down to the symmetrical and centered design with one sensor element ahead of the sensor tip, which allows the sensor to be optimally installed in the process regardless of installation position and orientation.

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