Flow Performance  LLC
Air flow metering systems
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Flow Performance FE Series Flow Elements
Flow Performance FE2.0
2" Flow Element

  • 25 - 400 SCFM range
  • Max Temp 150 F
  • Max Pressure 5 PSI @ 70 F
  • Max clean air velocity 20,000 FPM @ 70 F





Flow Performance FE2.5
2.5" Flow Element

  • 35 - 600 SCFM range
  • Max Temp 150 F
  • Max Pressure 5 PSI @ 70 F
  • Max clean air velocity 20,000 FPM @ 70 F


Flow Performance FE3.0
3" Flow Element

  • 100 - 1000 SCFM range
  • Max Temp 150 F
  • Max Pressure 5 PSI @ 70 F
  • Max clean air velocity 20,000 FPM @ 70 F
These patented FE series flow elements  are  precision Pitot tube flow elements that can measure average flow velocity of most gasses. With our FP1 flow processor, flow rates can be measured and displayed in real time. Flow Performance FE series flow elements offer exceptional performance and versatality for a budget price.

Features:
  • High Tolerance to Turbulence for Shorter Lead-In and Lead-out Run Lengths
  • Low Flow Intrusion and Pressure Drop
  • Stable pressure differential production
  • High Range, Sensitivity and Linearity
  • Tolerance to Temperature Changes for Demanding Applications
  • Tough, Rugged Design Withstands Shock and Stress
  • Light Weight for Handheld Applications
  • Trim - Compact Size
  • Capable of Measuring Particulated Gasses
  • Easy Installation, Connects with Standard PVC, ABS Plastic Pipe Fittings

Applications:
  • Flow Benches
  • Product development and testing
  • Science projects and research



Flow Elements
Typical Averaging Pitot Tube Flow Element
Flow Performance FE Series Flow Element
A typical averaging Pitot tube element has about 4 to 8 pressure sensing ports, and obstructs the flow of gas in the area of highest velocity, near the center. These elements require long lead-in and lead-out lengths of pipe to produce a useful average pressure differential.

Flow Performance FE Series flow elements have many more pressure sensing ports than a typical averaging Pitot tube, and do no obstruct the flow at the area of highest velocity. They require less lead-in and lead-out pipe length, and produce a more stable pressure differential at a lower pressure drop.
(FE2.5 shown)