The Armfield H14/2 is designed to replace banks of manometers when used in conjunction with a number of Armfield products. 16 simultaneous pressure measurements can be displayed on a user-supplied computer, and the information data logged.
Used to measure and record very low point velocities in water and other conductive fluids, the H33 uses the change in impedance of a rotating multi-bladed impeller to indicate rotational speed caused by the flowing fluid.
A simple and robust instrument for the measurement and recording of water waves in hydraulic models and ship tanks, which works on the principle of measuring the electrical conductivity between two parallel wires.
The compact, portable H41 Laser PIV System uses particle image velocimetry to measure, non-intrusively, fluid velocities at multiple points in a flow, at rates of up to 16Hz. An ideal, cost effective tool for research and demonstration.
Each probe consists of a sensing head that is mounted at the end of a slim stainless steel stem. A co-axial connector at the top of the stem allows the probe to be connected to the H33-10 Digital Indicator.
The S16 operates as an accessory to the F1-10 Hydraulics Bench, offering a highly visual demonstration of flow through both open channels and close conduits. Includes a unique elevating bed section, and models of various hydraulic structures.