Flow Switches – Plastic Body
This rugged inline flow switch offers the same superior performance to non-clogging as its metal cousin (FS-380). The fixed set point and simple design make it an extremely dependable switch. The FS-380P is an ideal choice for coolant applications requiring reliable…Read more
The FS-6 flow switch range provides economical flow protection for a wide range of industrial applications such as photocopiers, heavy-duty floor cleaners and industrial dishwashers. The European integral G 1/4" connections obviate the need for additional adaptors and the design allows…Read more
This ultra compact flow switch has been specifically designed for reliable operation in clean post-filtered water. They are made primarily of Noryl® , with all other wetted materials also FDA or NSF compliant. FS-3 switches are instrument quality, yet affordably priced for…Read more
The FS-4 Series flow switch makes flow protection economical for a broad range of industrial applications such as welders, lubrication systems, medical sterilizers and laundry chemicals dispensing. Applications: Electronic Equipment: Laser Heads, Welders, Power Supplies, High Speed Spindles, X-Ray Tubes,…Read more
This slim, inline flow switch reduces pressure drop to a minimum. They incorporate a unique, dual-diameter, internal bore and piston configuration to minimize flow constriction. Liquids are able to smoothly pass around the piston and flow through the switch with little…Read more
The FS-500 offers low cost flow monitoring with a variety of switch actuation points and low pressure drop. All wetted parts are polypropylene or stainless steel, making this flow switch ideal for a wide range of chemical and temperature requirements.…Read more
Designed for low cost flow/no-flow monitoring. This flow switch series is available with a clear, transparent PVC housing which is ideal for use where visual flow confirmation is desirable. These corrosion-resistant switches offer broad chemical compatibility. With only one moving…Read more
The Sika VK3 is a sturdy and reliable flow switch at a great price, they are available as a normally open switch with thread connections from G1/4" to G2" and set points from 2.7 to 53.5 lpm across the range. The construction…Read more
The Sika VKS/VK3 with PVC tee piece uses the VK type flow switch but extends the package with the option of either enclosed switching head (VKS) or the standard 1.5m cable (VK3) available as a normally open switch with glue fit PVC…Read more
The VHS09/VK309 Sika flow switch has the advantage of the trimmable paddle which means it can be cut down to suit switch points from 2 m3/h to 10.9 m3/h dependent on pipe size. Both the VHS09 and the VK309 come with a…Read more
About our Flow Switches – Plastic Body
The plastic flow switches provide a high level of performance when it comes to ensuring any reduction in pressure is kept to a minimum, as well as other specific duties they are required to carry out. Our plastic body variety is available in different sizes and for a range of applications. Whatever function you require our plastic flow switches to perform, we are sure to have the right monitoring equipment for you in this area of our site. Included in our product catalogue is the residential and domestic fire sprinkler paddle flow switch.
A plastic body flow switch is designed to ensure any reduction in pressure is kept to a minimum. They can also be used for other more specific duties, depending on the system they’re being used in.
There are a lot of options to choose from so don’t worry, we understand how confusing it can be. If you’re stuck, contact us today and a member of our team will help you find the right switch.
All sorts! Whether it be a photocopier, heavy-duty floor cleaner, swimming pool, or industrial dishwasher, plastic body flow switches are vital across a number of systems.
The choice really depends on what it is you are looking for. The FS-3 series is specifically designed for use in clean post-filtered water, whereas the FS-6 and FS-4 series are better suited to more industry-based systems.