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- Flow Switch
A flow switch is a device that is used to monitor the flow of fluid in a piping system. It is designed to detect changes in the flow rate of the fluid and provide a signal to a control system, indicating that the flow has either exceeded or fallen below a predetermined value.
Flow switches are commonly used in industrial and commercial applications, such as in HVAC systems, chemical processing, water treatment, and oil and gas production. They can be used to monitor the flow of a wide range of fluids, including water, air, and gases.
There are several types of flow switches, including paddle flow switches, thermal flow switches, and electronic flow switches. Each type of flow switch has its own unique features and advantages, and the choice of switch will depend on the specific application and the requirements of the system.
Overall, flow switches are an important component of many piping systems, helping to ensure the safe and efficient flow of fluids in a wide range of industrial, commercial, and residential applications. They can be used to prevent damage to equipment, optimize system performance, and ensure the safety of personnel and the environment