Since 2010, the MESSKO® MFLOC flow indicator has been in the portfolio of Messko GmbH. As part of our continuous product improvement, those responsible for our products have completely updated the flow indicator.
In the future, we offer you a new generation of the product, the MESSKO® MFLOC 2.0, which represents the state of the art. The assembly and features of the new product are compatible with the device you are familiar with so that nothing will change in installation and use for you.
MESSKO MFLOC 2.0 detects pump failure in power transformer oil or water cooling systems immediately and reliably. A specially designed paddle is placed as flow resistance in the circulating cooling liquid to monitor the flow of the cooling fluid. When the pump is on, the flow pressure applied to the paddle, ensures that it rotates to an end stop and functions safely in case of laminar or non-laminar medium flow.
The new paddle
The MESSKO MFLOC 2.0 has been developed with an improved paddle design. The paddle is made from Polyamide Copolymer, 50% Glass Fiber – a proven material in the Reinhausen Group. The optimized functionality of the new design was confirmed by internal and external lab tests during the stage of development.
-40°C up to +80°C
-40°F up to 176°F
|Temperature of cooling liquid
-30°C up to +120°C
-22°F up to 248°F
||IP54 (IP65 in certification process)
||DN100 to DN300; other diameters on request
||Diameter 100 mm / 3,94''
|Min. flow speed
||0,7 [m/s] / 27,56 [inch/s]
Terminal box including M20 x 1,5 cable glands or Terminal box including 3/4"-NPT cable glands
(Optional ANSI and Military connector available)
||max. 10 A/250 V AC oder 4 A/24 V DC, min. 0,5 mA/5 V DC
|Rated insulation voltage
||min. 0,15 mm² / max. 2,5 mm²
2,5 kV AC/1 min., contacts to housing
||laminated safety glass with UV filter
||powder coated according to DIN EN ISO 12944-9:2018-06; available in C4H and CX
||Polyamide Copolymer, 50% Glass Fiber
||Aluminum matt, anodized
||NBR for mineral oil, EPDM for water, Viton for alternative isolation liquids