Two wire Ultrasonic Level Transmitters
Two wire Ultrasonic Level Transmitters specially designed for non contact type level measurement. Ultrasonic level measurement is based on the time required by ultrasonic pulses to travel from sensor & surface of liquid & back to sensor. Ultrasonic level transmitters are the best for applications such as slurries, corrosive liquids & waste water. The transmitter provides 4-20 mA DC continuous output with local indication through LCD. The measuring range is available from 0.6to 12mtrs.
Non contact type with no moving parts.
Local Display: LCD Display.
Compact size & Easy Maintenance.
Measures liquid height, distance to liquid, volume or flow in open channels.
Float & Board Level Gauge
Float and Board type Tank Level Indicator that can be used for continuous Level Measurement of all kinds of Liquids such as Petroleum Products, Food Stuffs, Edible Oil, Acid & Alkaline Solutions, Paints & Varnishes, and Liquids of high viscosity.
Measuring Range: As per Tank Height.
Accuracy: ±10mm Minimum Reading 10mm.
Working Temperature: Maximum 200°C.
Working Pressure: Atmospheric.
Indication: Aluminium Scale Graduated in centimetres & meters.
Scale Location: Tank Side.
Oil Level Indicator
Oil level must be carefully monitored to ensure oil additive has been depleted due to exposure to high temperature through joints continuous movements, oil pick out with component on movement. A Lubricator is used one or more of the purpose to reduce friction, to prevent ware & tare to prevent adhesion, to aid in distributing the load to cool the moving elements& to prevent corrosion.
Knobe type oil indicator can be used in Compressors, Gear Boxes, Pharma Machinery, SPM etc…
L-Shape indicators are easy to install and dismantled and require no maintenance in addition to this products are higher on performance and robust & durable in nature thread connection 1/8” to ½” , Length up to 300mm.
Capacitance Level Transmitter
A capacitor is formed when a level sensing electrode is installed in a vessel. The metal rod of the electrode acts as one plate of the capacitor and the tank wall (or reference electrode in a non-metallic vessel) acts as the other plate. As level rises, the air or gas normally surrounding the electrode is displaced by material having a different dielectric constant. A change in the value of the capacitor takes place because the dielectric between the plates has changed. RF (radio frequency) capacitance instruments detect this change and convert it into a relay actuation or a proportional output signal.
The device is independent of the dielectric constant (dc) as of a liquid conductivity of 100μS/cm and allows measurement of various liquids without the need for recalibration.
Process connections: Flanges and threads.
Process pressure: Vacuum to +100bar (vacuum to +1,450psi).
Measuring range: 0.1 to 4.0m (0.3 to 13ft).
Temperature: -80 to +200°C (-112 to +392°F).