AIRFLOW Tunnel Sensors

AIRFLOW is a robust fixed point solution that uses proven ultrasound technology to measure the velocity of air within a tunnel. These measurements can be used as part of an air quality management system for ventilation control within a tunnel or other confined space such as cable tunnels or mining applications.


  • Proven short path ultrasound measurement technique using time of flight differential
  • No moving parts, wear items or other components that require routine replacement
  • Self-contained single component instrument
  • Optional pre-calibrated temperature measurement
  • Intelligent analyser with a range of onboard industry standard outputs
  • TSCU-R compatible


  • Plug and socket connectors simplify the installation and decrease the amount of wiring required
  • Easy to install with no alignment or interconnection required
  • Provides accurate readings which are unaffected by temperature, pressure or humidity
  • Free from moving parts to maximise the lifetime of the sensor
  • Long service intervals with no drift and low long term maintenance requirements
  • IP67 rated and designed specifically for use in tunnels and regular tunnel washing.


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Our business only uses companies that are proven market leaders because our clients require the best, and Tunnel Sensors delivers the accuracy and the reliability that we need every time.

Greg Love
Control Equipment Pty Ltd., Australia

Tunnel Sensors



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