The turbine flow sensors are sensors for flow measurement or dosing applications for liquids. Because of the very compact design, the very wide measuring range and the convincing precision of measurements, almost unlimited applications are possible.

Turbine flow sensors VT15 / VT20 / VT25 / VT40
The turbine flow sensors are sensors for flow measurement or dosing applications for liquids. Because of the very compact design, the very wide measuring range and the convincing precision of measurements, almost unlimited applications are possible. The extremely hard bearing materials - sapphire and tungsten carbide - also guarantee an exceptionally long endurance.

Turbine flow sensors VTY
We provide technically competent advice from our knowledge of the applications and collaboration in the development phase. Flexible adaptation of existing standards, designed to meet the needs of our customers and their applications as well as close cooperation in the areas of quality assurance and product improvement, ensures optimal results. Various sensors or functions can be combined. With SIKA turbine flow sensors you get precise and robust products to measure flow rates or total flows, for water and water mixtures.

Push-in turbine flow sensors VTH / VTY
We provide technically competent advice from our knowledge of the applications and collaboration in the development phase. Flexible adaptation of existing standards, designed to meet the needs of our customers and their applications as well as close cooperation in the areas of quality assurance and product improvement, ensures optimal results. Various sensors or functions can be combined. With SIKA turbine flow sensors you get precise and robust products to measure flow rates or total flows, for water and water mixtures.

Turbine flow sensors VTR
SIKA’s VTR turbine flow sensor allows you to determine precisely, dependably and easily the flow rates of different liquids, such as water and other low viscosity liquids, under the most severe conditions. The VTR sensor is particularly robust and, due to thewide range of nominal diameters and five different pick-ups, can cope with even the most severe conditions. The characteristic variable is the K-factor (pulses per litre) which is specific to each measuring unit, is determined by calibration and specified on the name plate. A five point calibration report can be supplied on request.