Bamo BAMOTUR Turbine Flow Meter

Bamo BAMOTUR Turbine Flow Meter

Bamo BAMOTUR Turbine Flow Meter consists of a turbine mounted on a shaft of sapphire or of stainless steel. The turbine is rotated by the dynamic pressure of the liquid in movement. Magnets are encapsulated in the turbine and activate an electronic Hall effect sensor inserted in the upper part of the flow meter. The electronic part generates pulses, in relation to the speed of rotation.

Bamo BAMOTUR Turbine Flow Meter Features:

  • Range from1.5 up to 1000 l/h
  • Output signal: Pulse or 4-20 mA
  • For aggressive or high grade liquids
  • Small dimensions
  • Materials: E-CTFE, PVDF or POM

Assembly recommendations:

Vertical mounting, flow in the direction of the arrow. It is recommended to install a filter upstream, to avoid blocking the turbine (especially for low flow rates).


The BAMOTUR series is suitable to measure low flow-rates and for totalization, of neutral or aggressive liquids, in all industries. The liquid may not contain particles and may not crystallize.

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Bamo BAMOTUR Turbine Flow Meter Specification:

Sensor, electronic Hall Effect sensor, no wet parts
Supply power, according the model or 4.5 … 24 V DC; Max. 11 mA at 24 V
or 12 … 24 V DC; Max. 11 mA at 24 V
or 10 … 30 V DC
Output signal Or square pulses, or 4-20 mA
Cable 3 x 0.14 mm² – length 1 metre
Accuracy ±2 % full scale (F.S.)
Repeatability < 0.8 % F.S.
Viscosity range 1 … 10 cSt
(Over 10 cSt: Calibration is necessary)
Operating pressure According to the model
Operating temperature -10 … +55 °C
Body Or E-CTFE, or PVDF, or POM
Axis Or sapphire, or stainless steel
Seals* FPM in standard; EPDM as an option
Mass 50 g up to 350 g (according the model)

Download Data Sheet: Turbine Flow Meter BAMOTUR


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