ATEX Flow Switches
ATEX intrinsically safe version of the standard FS-550E flow switch. For Flow/No-Flow Detection in Large Line Sizes Engineered for positive liquid flow detection at pressures up to 2000 psig (138 bar) Unique, patented cam design assures low pressure drop and does not…Read more
ATEX intrinsically safe version of the standard FS-10798 flow switch. This externally adjustable ATEX flow switch is ideal for protecting machine tools from coolant flow failure, for protecting bearings from loss of lubricant or to assure proper air flow. They offer an…Read more
ATEX intrinsically safe version of the standard FS-925/926(E) flow switch. The FS-925/926(E) ranges of precision-calibrated ATEX flow switch provides reliable and consistent performance; repeatability is within 1%. FS-925E and FS-926E units are factory preset for actuation at specified flow rates. These switches…Read more
ATEX intrinsically safe version of the standard FS-400(E) series flow switch. The FS-400 and FS-400-Adjustable ATEX flow switch provides 1% repeatability. The unit may be fitted instead of a pipe elbow where space is at a premium. Principle When the magnetic…Read more
ATEX intrinsically safe version of the standard FS-200(E) flow switch. The FS-200E ATEX flow switch offers accurate flow detection with 1% repeatability and European G1" port size. The durable construction delivers long life repeatability in either water or oil. The design…Read more
About our ATEX Flow Switches
Flow switches are used to actuate a circuit based on the detection of a flow (or lack of flow) of a conductive or non-conductive liquid or gas through particular parts of a fluidic system. They are often a key component in industrial operational installations, used in rotating hydraulic or pneumatic equipment, chemical processing, machine tools, robotics applications and more.
The Applications Engineering range of ATEX certified products – including our ATEX flow switches – operate with the same reliable functionality as our conventional lines, but have been modified to meet the requirements for safe use in potentially explosive atmospheres. If you would like more information about our ATEX range, certification or testing procedure, please don’t hesitate to contact us.