Pitot Tube Flow Meter
Our catalogue contains a variety of Pitot tube pressure meters, each with its own set of features. Pitot tube air flow meters are based on the traditional Prandtl tube, which includes a Pitot tube for total pressure measurement and a sensor for static pressure measurement. Anemometers, which are closely linked to manometers, were invented to measure air flow. Pitot tube air flow meters have an advantage over other techniques of measurement in that they have a relatively tiny aperture above the tube barrier at the most critical distance, allowing for fast readings of air flow. They’re also effective in high-temperature and high-wind conditions.
Pitot Tube For Air Flow Measurement
To obtain the velocity pressure from which air velocity may be calculated, a Pitot tube detects total pressure and static pressure. The tip of the Pitot Tube Air Flow Meter is directed toward the airflow as it is put into the duct.