Series 160S "S" Type Stainless Steel Pitot Tube
Large, Open Tip Design Resists Fouling; Optional Permanent Mount Models
Series 160S Pitot Tubes are designed specifically for flow measurement of dirty, particulate laden air or gas streams typical in smoke stack and other environmental testing. Large 5/16" dia. stainless steel tubing resists plugging under harsh, sooty conditions which quickly block conventional flow sensors. Total and static pressure tubes are precisely aligned and welded together every six inches for maximum accuracy, strength and long term durability. Versatile 1/8" female NPT connections easily adapt to any type of pipe or tubing. A pair of 1/8" NPT to 3/16" I.D. tubing adapters is included plus a handy molded vinyl cap to protect tip when not in use. Supplied with complete instructions.
Permanent Mounting (PM) models include 1 inch dia. welded stainless steel sleeve and adjustable compression fitting with 1 inch male NPT mounting threads. Adjust depth, lock in place.
Models & Ordering
- Meets EPA specification 40 CFR (ch. 1)
- Long lasting, welded stainless steel construction
- 1/8" female NPT connections, permanently welded
- Maximum Temperature Rating: 1500°F (815°C)
- Maximum Pressure Rating: 100 psig (6.89 bar)
- 0.84 flow coefficient
- Designed to meet technical requirements of EU Directive 2011/65/EU (RoHS II)
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|A-160-CASE||Pitot tube carrying case.||Same Day||$158.00||Order|
- I have an application where i need to check permanently the velocity in a metal duct (16" diameter) the application is metal cutting (cutting with plasma machine. I am selecting the following items. Series 160S Pitot Tubes and Series DM-1200 DigiMag® Digital Differential Pressure and Air Flow Gage a little dust is generated, could it affect the DM-1200 reading
- The 160S pitot tube is specifically designed for flow measurement of dirty, particulate laden gas or air so a bit of dust should not be an issue for your application.
- How do you do traverse readings with a Pitot tube for air velocity and air flow readings?
- Dwyer has a guide on how to calculate air velocity and air flow with Pitot Tubes including traverse readings located on our website at: Air Velocity Measurement
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