Yaw Probes

Yaw Probes are a universally accepted means of establishing the angle at which a stream of air is traveling, in a duct or stack, when used in conjunction with a suitably ranged manometer. The slim line design of our Yaw Probe minimizes the blockage effect of the device, and having a constant diameter along the nose and body means that it is only necessary to drill a small access hole to insert the Probe into the duct

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Yaw Probes are a universally accepted means of establishing the angle at which a stream of air is traveling, in a duct or stack, when used in conjunction with a suitably ranged manometer. The slim line design of our Yaw Probe minimizes the blockage effect of the device, and having a constant diameter along the nose and body means that it is only necessary to drill a small access hole to insert the Probe into the duct. The Nose is hemi-spherical and has two flat faces machined at 90° from each other, each of which has a perpendicular hole in allowing two-dimensional flow direction measurements to be obtained. The resultant pressure generated is known as the ‘Differential Pressure’ from which the media direction can be calculated.

Key Features of our Yaw Probes

Available in Wide Range of Lengths.
Full Stainless Steel Construction.
Can Work With Temperatures Up To 550°C (1022°F).
Pointer On Tail Piece Shows Nose Direction.
Yaw Probe With Bent Profile & Tail Piece.
Straight Yaw Probe With No Tail Piece.

Measuring Trajectory / Angle of Moving Air Stream