Ducted Airflow Measurement is typically the best way to measure airflow in a building environment. It’s not uncommon to encounter standard obstructions in today’s duct configurations. But since the flow profile characteristics surround these obstructions are easily identified, the ductwork itself provides controlled measurement areas.
Utilizes thermal dispersion technology in multi-point probes to measure average airflow and temperature View Product ->
Combines thermal dispersion measurement technology with an integral honeycomb cell air straightener View Product ->
Multiple Pitot total and static pressure sensing ports to traverse each duct cross-section View Product ->
Utilizes one or more VOLU-probes, factory mounted in a welded, galvanized casing View Product ->
Multi-point, self averaging Pitot traverse airflow measurement station with an integral air straightening honeycomb cell View Product ->
Ultra-low differential pressure and flow “smart” transmitter, accurate within ±0.25% of natural span View Product ->
Ultra-low differential pressure and flow “smart” transmitter, accurate within ±0.1% of natural span View Product ->