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Please suggest a good Anemometer

Please suggest a good Anemometer

Please suggest a good Anemometer

Dear experts,

I want to measure fume speed in the burner zones. Could you recommend me a good anemometer to measure this? I have checked on the internet but the air temperature range is only 60c. I don't think I can use this. Please suggest me a good anemometer for this

RE: Please suggest a good Anemometer

I'm no expert but maybe a suitable pitot tube array is what you need. I do NOT recommend a wetted finger.

"Schiefgehen wird, was schiefgehen kann" - das Murphygesetz

RE: Please suggest a good Anemometer

Could you please recommend me one

RE: Please suggest a good Anemometer

Sorry, like I said I'm not an expert. I was going to suggest the gas turbine engineering forum to ask your question there, but it seems to be gone.
I suggest you search for an anemometer system for use for a turbocharger or gas turbine hot gas stand.

"Schiefgehen wird, was schiefgehen kann" - das Murphygesetz

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