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MACE Doppler Ultrasonic Insert Velocity Sensor

An ultrasonic insertion velocity sensor to accurately measure velocity in full pipes or partially full pipes.

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Highlights

  • Easy to maintain and install in existing pipework
  • Non-contact solution with no moving parts
  • Doppler ultrasonic insertion sensor for full or partially full pipes
  • Provides accurate velocity measurements
  • Alternative to electromagnetic flow meter
  • Works well in challenging monitoring applications

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Detail

The MACE Doppler ultrasonic insertion velocity sensor accurately measures velocity in full pipes or partially full pipes. When this sensor is combined with an ultrasonic depth sensor it can also provide continuous flow rate measurement. 

These state-of-the-art sensors utilise MACE Advanced Signal Processing (MASP) technology to give a true average velocity by analysing across the entire stream profile. Continuous wave Doppler ultrasound measures the speed of dirt, bubbles and other particles in the stream flow. 

With a completely submersible design (IP68), this product has no moving parts meaning it is easy to maintain and install.  

The MACE doppler ultrasonic insert velocity sensors only measure velocity and require access to the outside wall of the pipe. They can be installed into existing pipework through a 2” ball valve or through a 2-inch female thread fitting. 


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Want to know more?

To discuss the MACE Doppler Ultrasonic Insert Velocity Sensor and our other Flow Meters and Sensors, please contact David our Business Development Manager (Water & Wastewater).

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