GF Signet Flow Sensors
The Model 515 GF Signet Flow Sensors are offered in a variety of materials for a wide range of pipe sizes and insertion configurations. The many material choices, including PP and PVDF, make this model highly versatile and chemically-compatible to many liquid process solutions. Signet Flow Sensors can be installed in up to DN900 (36 in.) pipes using Signet's comprehensive line of custom fittings. These custom fittings, which include tees, saddles, and weldolets, set the sensor to the proper insertion depth into the process flow. The Signet Flow Sensors are also offered in configurations for wet-tap requirements.
The 2536 Rotor-X Paddlewheel GF Signet Flow Sensors are offered in a variety of materials for a wide range of pipe sizes and insertion configurations. The many material choices, including PP and PVDF, make this model highly versatile and chemically-compatible with many liquid process solutions. Sensors can be installed in DN15 to DN900 (½to 36 in.) pipes (except the 2536 PVC versions, which can be installed in DN15 to DN100 (½ to 4 in.) pipes), using Signet's comprehensive line of custom fittings. These custom fittings, which include tees, saddles, and weldolets, seat the sensor to the proper insertion depth into the process flow. The Signet Flow Sensors are also offered in configurations for wet-tap installation requirements.
The Signet 525 Metalex™ Paddlewheel Signet Flow Sensors combines stainless steel construction with insertion paddlewheel technology. The result is a highly reliable sensor resistant to extreme pressures and temperatures. The Tungsten Carbide shaft with carbon fiber-reinforced PTFE bearing provides excellent wear resistance for extended service.
The Signet 2537 GF Signet Flow Sensors is the next generation in fluid measurement technology from the inventor of the original paddlewheel flowmeter. This Signet Flow Sensors is an enhancement on what is already an industry standard. It has the added functionality of various output options including flow switch, pulse divider, digital (S³L) or 4 to 20 mA. Additionally, it offers low flow, low power and high resolution and can be configured on-site directly through the built-in user interface.
The Signet 2540 Paddlewheel Flow Sensor offers the strength and corrosion-resistance of stainless steel for liquid applications with low velocity measurements. Unique internal circuitry eliminates the need for magnets in the process fluid, enabling flow measurement of 0.1 to 6 m/s (0.3 to 20 ft/s) while maintaining the advantages of insertion sensor design. Ultraflon™ 500C bearings and a Tungsten Carbide pin provide exceptional wear resistance.
The Signet 3519 Flow Wet-Tap Valve serves as a unique interface between the installation fitting and the wet-tap style Signet 515 or 2536 Rotor-X Flow Sensor. It provides a fast method of removing the sensor from the pipe under specified operating pressures. The PVC and stainless steel design of Wet-Tap makes it resistant to corrosion and chemical attack by acids, alkalis, salt, and a number of other harsh chemicals.
The Signet 2551 Magmeter is an insertion-style magnetic flow sensor that features no moving parts. The patented* sensor design is available in corrosion-resistant materials to provide long-term reliability with minimal maintenance costs. Material options include PP with stainless steel, PVDF with Hastelloy-C, or PVDF with Titanium. Utilizing the comprehensive line of Signet installation fittings, sensor alignment and insertion depth is automatic. These versatile, simple-to-install sensors deliver accurate flow measurement over a wide dynamic range in pipe sizes ranging from DN15 to DN900 (½ to 36 in.), satisfying the requirements of many diverse applications.
The Signet 2552 Metal Magmeter features all-stainless steel construction. The PVDF nosepiece and FPM O-rings are the only other wetted materials. The 2552 installs quickly into standard ISO 7-R 1¼ or ISO 7-R 1½ (1¼ in. to 1½ in. NPT) pipe outlets, and is adjustable to fit pipes from DN50 to DN2550 (2 to 102 in.). Two sensor lengths allow maximum flexibility to accommodate a variety of hardware configurations, including ball valves for hot-tap installations.
Engineered specifically for small diameter applications,
the Signet 2100 Turbine Flow Sensor provides accurate readings in two flow ranges; 0.3 to 3.8 lpm
and 3 to 38 lpm (0.1 to 1 gpm and 0.8 to 10 gpm).
The injection-molded PVDF body and ceramic bearings provide excellent chemical compatibility and long service in dosing and batching applications. Union piping and tubing connections along with removable NEMA 4X electronics allow for easy assembly and field replaceability. The Signet 2100 can be used with DN8 (¼ in.), DN10 (⅜ in.), or DN15 (½ in.) tubing, or DN15 (½ in.) piping for simple installation. End connections are available in PVDF for hose barbs, fusion socket or IR/butt fusion, and in PVC for socket or NPT thread.
The 2000 Micro GF Signet Flow Sensors is constructed from
Polyphenylene Sulfide (PPS), which provides high material strength. The 2000 MicroFlow Sensor offers
two flow ranges starting at 0.11 or 1.13 lpm (0.03 or 0.3 gpm), for clean process liquids,
regardless of fluid color or opacity.
This GF Signet Flow Sensors can be connected to flexible tubing or rigid pipe, and uses standard hardware for mounting. Only one moving part and a low pressure drop across the sensor reduce operating costs and maintenance requirements.
The Signet 2507 Mini Flow Sensor contains a free-running
rotor that is driven by the fluid flow. Within the given measurement range, the rotational speed of
the rotor is proportional to the fluid flow rate.
Magnets built into the rotor trigger an electronic switch in the top of the sensor creating a square-wave output. Both opaque and transparent fluids can be measured from 0.2 to 20.0 centistokes.