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Robust Differential Pressure Flow Meter/Monitor for Liquid and Gas

Kobold has model RCD flow meter, for measuring and monitoring the flow of liquids and gases. Depending on the RCD flow meter models, the measuring range of the device is from 0.5 to 2350 l/min for water and 0.5 to 2750 Nm3/h for air with connections G1/2 to G3, ½ "NPT to 3" NPT. It can also be used to measure and/or monitor other liquids and gases.

Reliable and economical plastic flow meter

Kobold has on offer a plastic flow meter and a monitor; KSK/KSM that work on the ‘suspended float’ measuring principle, where the float glides up and down in a conical measuring tube.

The Kobold KSK/KSM, constructed of polyamide or polysulfone material, easily handle a variety of corrosive media, as well as all neutral media. Their light weight makes them ideally suited for systems which cannot be statically loaded, for example, non-stationary technical systems.  The Kobold KSK/KSM find application in cooling circuits, water treatment and plant engineering.

The standard measuring ranges of Kobold model KSK are 1.5 - 11 … 100 - 1000 l/h water and 0.15 – 0.45 … 20 – 105 Nm³/h air. The Kobold model KSM’s ranges are 15 - 150 … 8000 - 60000 l/h water, 0.8 - 5 … 300 - 2500 Nm³/h air.


New Tektronix 8 Channel, 16 Bit Resolution Arbitrary Waveform Generator - Less noise and Cleaner signals

TEKTRONIX, has announced the launch of their new AWG5200Arbitrary Waveform Generator to meet the demands of signal generation with high signal fidelity.  The unit has the ability to scale up to 32 or more channels with multi-unit synchronization, and is specifically for use in; Advanced Research; Electronic Test and Radar, and Electronic Warfare System Design and Test.

We have no sea, but we know how to measure salt water

Salt or seawater contains chemicals that cause different physical and chemical properties in comparison to fresh water. The salinity of seawater has an influence on density, on the different temperatures of freezing and mainly on the corrosion of any constructed object with which it may come into contact.