The Fox Model FT2A, winner of both the 2014 Flow Control Innovation Award and the Processing Breakthrough Product Award, is the most widely versatile Thermal Gas Mass Flow Meter on the market today.
The Model FT2A has a large selection of communication protocol options available intrinsically (without any other equipment). Options include: BACnet MS/TP, RS485 Modbus RTU, Profibus-DP, DeviceNet, or Ethernet Modbus TCP.
The Fox Model FT1, winner of the 2015 Flow Control Innovation Award and the 2015 Processing Breakthrough Product Award, is the newest Thermal Gas Mass Flow Meter offered from Fox Thermal Instruments.
The Model FT1 is a multiple award winner due to its innovative design elements such as the DDC-Sensor™ technology platform that allows it to operate using the Gas-SelectX® gas menu selection tool. Calibration Validation with the CAL-V™ feature.
Insertion probes (for 1.5" - 70" pipes); Inline flow bodies with NPT ends (¾" - 3" pipes); Inline 150 lb. Flanged flow bodies (¾" - 6" pipes)
The Fox Model FT3, a multiple award-winning thermal gas mass flow meter manufactured in the United States by Fox Thermal Instruments.
The Model FT3 was designed with our oil and gas customers in mind. This meter is Quad-O (OOOO) compliant and is perfect for use in flare gas applications along with other fuel gas measurement.
The Model FT3 measures gas flow rate in standard units (SCFM, NM³/hr, LBS/HR, KG/HR & many more) without the need for temperature and pressure compensation.
FT3 View™ - a free software tool –- allows the user to connect to and configure the FT3 using USB to a PC or laptop.
Air Monitor VOLU-PROBE SS – STAINLESS STEEL TRAVERSE PROBE
The VOLU-probe/SS Stainless Steel Airflow Traverse Probe is ideal for clean or harsh and particulate laden applications operating at temperatures ranging from -20 - 900°F. It consists of multiple Pitot total and static pressure sensing ports positioned along the length of each probe to traverse the duct cross-section. They average the sensed pressures in their separate internal manifolds and provide velocity pressure measurement accurate to within 2-3% of actual flow.