70.035.020.1.2

OTT PWS Wind Protection Shields

OTT PWS Wind Protection Shields

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OTT PWS wind shields are designed to significantly improve the catching efficiency of collecting precipitation gauges.

Features

  • Improved catching efficiency for precipitation measurements
  • Movable segment for safe access to precipitation gauge
  • Non-corrosive stainless steel construction
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OTT PWS wind shields are designed to significantly improve the catching efficiency of collecting precipitation gauges.

The wind shields are constructed to withstand high wind speeds and most severe environmental conditions. Designed for long term reliability and longevity, they require no periodic maintenance.

The possibility to easily open one of the segments allows convenient and safe access to the precipitation gauge.

Thanks to their small footprint, the windshields can be mounted on the same vibrationless concrete platform as the precipitation gauge itself. This provides additional protection from wind induced measurement errors.

The Alter type wind shields can be used for all types of collecting precipitation gauges, and are particularly suitable for gauges of the OTT Pluvio series.

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OTT PWS Wind Protection Shields 70.035.020.1.2 PWS 100 wind protection shield (1m), Alter type Drop ships from manufacturer
OTT PWS Wind Protection Shields 70.035.021.1.2 PWS 120 wind protection shield (1.2m), Alter type
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OTT PWS Wind Protection Shields 70.035.022.1.2 PWS 150 wind protection shield (1.5m), Alter type
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OTT POD 100 Mounting Pedesatal 70.035.030.2.2 POD 100 mounting pedestal for PWS wind protection shields, 1m Drop ships from manufacturer
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