A flow selector is a device used to control the flow of fluid or gas in a system. It is typically used in plumbing or HVAC systems to direct the flow of water, air, or other fluids to specific areas or components.
Flow selectors can come in various forms, including valves, switches, and adjustable dampers. They are typically designed to allow for precise control over the flow of fluids or gases, which is important for ensuring efficient and effective operation of the system.
In some cases, flow selectors may be automated or computer-controlled, allowing for even greater precision and control over the flow of fluids or gases. These automated systems may include sensors, actuators, and other components that work together to monitor and adjust the flow of fluids or gases in real time.