Flow Splitters Model 1100, 1101, 1102, 1103, 1104, 1105


Reduce particle losses in your sample inlet plumbing by using our precision flow splitters to accurately divide your sample.

Our flow splitter design provides high-precision sample flow handling. Use them to divide one flow into two or even up to four outlet flows. Centerline tap designs are also offered so you can isokinetically sample from inside a tube and measure a representative aerosol sample. The flow splitter minimizes particle losses so you can deliver the best sample possible to your instruments.

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All Features
• Made from stainless steel
• Four-way splitter design employs a 3/8″ OD inlet and four 1/4″ OD outlets
• Two-way splitter design employs 2″ long legs and a 40° angle between exit tubes
• Precisely machined for razor-sharp “Y” joint inside splitter
• Centerline splitters for low and high flow rate applications
  • Useful for careful division of particle-laden sample flows
  • Minimizes inertial deposition losses of larger particles
  • Vacuum braze produces an ultra-clean product
  • None of the warpage or oxidation associated with welding
Technical Specs

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*Some products may be shown with optional accessories, which are sold separately. Items shown may not be to scale.

Applications and Solutions
• Instrument flow pick-offs from main inlet manifold
• Dividing sample flows with minimal losses
• Sampling inlets with well behaved air flow
• Construction of inlets with known particle transmission efficiency
No software is required.
What's Included
  • 1100 series Flow Splitter
Model 1100
Model 1101
Model 1102
Model 1103
Model 1104
4-way splitter
Model 1105
Custom flowsplitter

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