Recent developments and news at the pressure probe manufacturing firm Vectoflow.

Applications of probes

Introduction Vectoflow offers flow measurement technology for many different applications. Our customers want to measure flow velocities, flow angles, the local Mach number, pressures, temperatures and all this with a good spatial resolution. Sometimes time-averaged data is sufficient, in other cases a time-resolved measurement is required. Vectoflow offers high-quality solutions for all of these different […]

What are probes?

Introduction Multi-hole probes and systems from Vectoflow are used to measure static and total pressure, speed, and angle of a fluid flow. Their shape, size, and material can be customized to better suit each application in areas such as motorsports, aviation, turbomachinery development, research and others. The innovative manufacturing process used increases the robustness of […]


We are proud to announce that we will be working on groundbreaking Flight Test Instrumentation. Vectoflow, Evolution Measurement Ltd. and Any-Shape will join forces over the next 3 years to deliver aerodynamic measurement equipment for the new Airbus Racer prototype. With over 1000 channels and a budget well above 1 Million Euro, this becomes one of […]

Product Launch: Radiator Probes

Keeping our automotive and racing customers in mind, we have developed a new total and static pressure probe optimized for use in radiator measurements. Whether you want to measure the flow in one point in front of your radiator, or if you want to instrument it with several probes, the impressive small size of our […]

Coronavirus (Covid-19)

We know that the current situation is not easy, so we are trying to maintain our operations as normally as possible. We are still there for you (in compliance with all possible security measures). You can contact us as usual by phone or email.

ASME Turbo Expo 2019 in Phoenix

As every year, Vectoflow was at the ASME Turbo Expo, which was held in Phoenix, Arizona. We welcomed many people to our booth and we showed them our small wind tunnel in action and all our other products.

Our smallest kiel probe

We built an extremely small kiel probe with a 1.6mm tip diameter. To show you how small it is, we put it next to a Euro one cent coin.