- 4…20 mA analogue signal (standard, EEx i, EEx d, Hart/Smart, Profibus, Fieldbus, ATEX)
- Alarm switches (EEx i, EEx d, ATEX)
- Heat steam jacket or electrical tracing (for viscous liquids)
- Armaflex insulation, (temp., condensation, moisture)
- Cryogenic versions for refrigerants
- PTFE-liners – also for vacuum service
- Materials: 316L/PVC / Polypropylene / PVDF
- Float: 316L, 316SS; Titanium, Halar, PFA, PTFE-coated PVC, PP, PVDF for plastic level gauges
- Vents / drains
- Engineering-unit scales as per customer specifications
- Indicator rail material options (Markolon, Aluminium, 316SS)
- Continuous magnetic transmission of the liquid level from the vessel to the gauge
- Resistant to vibration
Level measurement for atmospheric and pressurized vessels, (liquid contained in pressure tight housing)
- Perfect readability of the display even at greater distances and after several years
- Simple, unbreakable and no-maintenance design
- Suitable for corrosive, toxic or flammable media with separation of measurement and display compartments
- Great reliability even at high temperatures and pressures
- Alarm contacts can be attached at any point along the gauge
- Optonal level control with switch contacts and/or analogue signal, (4…20 mA Hart/Profibus PA/Fieldbus)
- Customized measuring scale for volume or height
- explosion proof versions available
- Floats without gas-preload as of a minimum density of 0,35 kg/dm³
- No auxiliar power required
- A float chamber is connected to the tank and follows the law of communicating tubes.
- The level of the float is always equal to the level in the tank.
- The float follows the fluid level and transmits its movements contact-free to the indication rail mounted on the outside.
- The float contains a special magnet, which rotates the wavers by 180° as it passes them.
- The result is a clearly defined level indication, with the level shown in a continuous red stripe strongly contrasted to the white above.
- At increasing levels the colour of the wafers changes from white to red and vice versa.