Published 16-06-2020
| Article appears in June 2020 Issue



Monitor pressure and flow of your compressed air system with the new pressure sensing digital flowmeters from EXAIR.

The two flow sensing probes feature a pressure sensor mounted between them, and the configurable display can show air pressure or air flow.

A transistor output, also configurable, can provide a low-pressure alarm to protect processes and equipment. Pressure values can display PSIG or BARG.

The measurement of compressed air is the first step toward identifying high compressed air use areas, compressed air leaks and optimising air use.

Each meter includes the required hardware and tools for installation including a drill bit, drill guide and hex wrenches. Flowmeters of 2” (51mm) or larger include a pressure sensing feature.

EXAIR’s pressure sensing digital flowmeters are available in standard units that display airflow values on a bright LED screen, with optional data logger to capture and control the data.

The pressure signal is also available through optional wired and wireless serial outputs, with airflow values expressed in standard cubic feet per minute or cubic metres per hour.

Available now from Compressed Air Australia, EXAIR’s pressure sensing flowmeters are available in schedule 40 iron pipe, Type L Copper and nominal millimetre sizes. The flowmeters are CE and RoHS compliant, and join EXAIR’s full range of digital flowmeters for air lines from ½” to 8” including Hot Tap, Wireless and Data Logging flowmeters.

Compressed Air Australia
1300 787 688



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