Storage tanks

Measurement of the filling level in storage tanks with liquid and partially aggressive media.
The continuous measuring method provides information about the filling level,
filling and extraction rate, as well as temperature.

Your advantages
 

  • High overload capability due a robust ceramic measuring cell
  • Reliable measurement even with foam formation and buildup
  • Continuous level monitoring
  • Maintenance-free
  • No mechanical parts
  • Available fully welded
  • Optional temperature measurement
P133
P139
P137

Level monitoring of pressurized vessels

On the "high side" of the transmitter, the vessel pressure plus the hydrostatic pressure
resulting from the filling level is measured. On the "low side", only the vessel pressure
is measured. The difference results in the filling level, which is output as an electronic signal.

Your advantages

  • Overload capability of up to 250 bar even with the smallest measuring range
  • Due to a single measuring cell, the computation of 2 signals is not required and therefore the measurement is very accurate
  • Available in fully welded version therefore also suitable for aggressive media

PD40

PD41

Process pressure monitoring

In supply lines, sensors detect the pressure of liquids and gases and convert
it into electrical signals. High overload capabilities increase process safety.

Your advantages

  • High overload capability due a robust ceramic measuring cell
  • Dry sensor, no oil filling
  • High accuracy even with small measuring ranges
  • Rugged industrial design with high protection class
  • Available as digital pressure gauge with an easily readable display
P12
P121
PM82

Control and monitoring pump wells
 

Measuring the filling level of rainwater and wastewater in sumps. The level transmitter
converts hydrostatic pressures into an electrical output signal and feeds the data to
chart recorders, display instruments, PLC, pump control etc.

Your advantages

  • High overload capability due a robust ceramic measuring cell
  • High accuracy even with small measuring ranges
  • Continuous level monitoring
  • Available in fully welded version
  • Optional temperature measurement
  • Front flush design prevents clogging of the measuring channel
P139
P133
P135

Level monitoring of aggressive media/bubbling-through method

Gases are bubbled in through a pipe inserted into the vessel. The resulting pressure
in the air supply line corresponds to the hydrostatic pressure of the water column.
The result is continuously output as an electrical signal.

Your advantages

  • Transmitter has no contact with the medium, therefore also suitable for aggressive liquids

  • Cost-effective

  • Sensor can be freely positioned on the air supply line. No mounting at floor level necessary

  • High process safety

  • No cleaning of the sensor necessary

P115
P10