Kem Kuppers HM Turbine Flow Meters



With more than 50 years of experience in the flow measurement field and numerous innovative and customer-specific product developments, we are your qualified and competent contact for flow measuring technology and calibration.

We solve even the most challenging measurement problems in close cooperation with you.

KEM offers a broad selection of measuring principles for this purpose. We develop, produce, and deliver high quality Gear Flow Meters, Turbine Flow Meters, Helical Flow Meters and Micro Flow Meters as well as Coriolis Mass Flow Meters worldwide. Specific accessories complement the product range.

KEM operates its own calibration laboratory certified according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025:2018. Here we intensively test each of our flowmeters before delivering it to the customer.

In the course of effective support and after-sales service, our in-house calibration expertise allows us to meet changing customer requirements for the measuring equipment they are using even years later, offering an optimum solution.

KEM has modern CAD and FEM systems for design and simulation. High-precision production and great flexibility in realizing even unusual customer requirements set us apart from competitors.

As an independent manufacturer, we control all design and production processes at all times thanks to our very extensive vertical integration. We deliver quality “Made in Germany” through considerable investments in development, design, and production.

KEM K├╝ppers Elektromechanik GmbH was founded in 1965. We have been a flow measuring technology specialist ever since. Tailor-made products and solutions for challenging measuring tasks in all industry segments set us apart.

Turbine Flow Meters (HM)

measure continuous and discontinuous flow rates

Turbine flow meters (HM) are volume counters operating on the Woltmann impeller counter principle. They record the flow rate in the flow-through in a pipe via the average flow velocity. The flow of the medium is directed at the turbine wheel in the axial direction and so rotated. The speed of the freely turning wheel over a wide range is directly proportional to the average flow velocity. Turbine flowmeters are used mainly for applications with lubricating and non-lubricating media. They are especially well suited for the flow rate measurement of low and medium-viscosity liquids such as water, emulsions, glycol mixtures, and light oils. Measuring cryogenic liquids is possible as well. Numerous different process connections are available thanks to the flexible design.