Sight Flow Indicators

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SIGHT FLOW INDICATORS
KENCO Engineering Company offers a variety of Standard KSF (cast body), Full-view, and Armored Sight Flow Indicators, as well as, a line
of Sight Windows. All products are hydrostatically tested to ensure reliability in harsh operating conditions. KENCO Sight Flow Indicators
provide a window into piping. They are a cost effective and efficient way to visually monitor the flow of fluids, and to determine if any
problems exist along the process pipeline. These inexpensive, simple devices, allow operators to observe flow rate, direction, color and
clarity. These indicators can be deployed in one of two ways: (1) individually at critical points along fluid lines where changes, interruptions
or contamination is likely to occur, or (2) in groups where simultaneous monitoring of multiple fluid lines is necessary.
Applications
One of the advantages of sight flow indicators is their application versatility. Common applications involve monitoring fluid flow through
filter, cooling, and intake / outlet pumping lines, as well as numerous other industrial processes. In addition, sight flow indicators are useful
as backups for meters, switches and other control devices.
Industries Served
KSF CAST BODY Sight Flow Indicators
KENCO offers a wide variety of Standard KSF (cast body) Sight Flow Indicators. They are available in a complete range of sizes and styles to
meet your application needs.
Selecting The Best Style
Sight flow indicators are an inexpensive way to identify and repair process line problem areas reliably and efficiently. Selecting the best type
of sight flow indicator for a given application is crucial to getting the best performance possible.
Chemical / Petrochemical
Filter Line Monitoring
Distilling Operations
Dye / Ink Color
Paint / Varnish Consistency
Chemical Conversion Processes
General Refinery Piping
Petroleum
Drilling Pump Operations
Oil / Water Separation
Loading Terminals
OEM
Compressor Water Flow
Solvent Recirculation
Pre- and Post-Filter Trap Monitoring