Swoffer Instruments, Inc.
Swoffer Instruments has been making water flow instruments since the 1970's. Their hand held current velocity meters use a unique fiberoptic sensor with varying sizes of propellers for accurate readings in all open stream current sensing situations. Several wand configurations allow the use of the sensors in natural streams, sewers, accessible pipes, irrigation canals, rivers, lakes & streams.

Address

1048 Industry Dr.
Seattle, WA 98188-4801
United States
Phone: 206-575-0160
Fax: 206-575-1329

Product Categories

Flowmeters; Meters, Flow; Meters, Propeller; Instruments; Meters, Velocity

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