Plastic Submersible Best Liquid Level Sensors & Accessories
Works on Foam – Vapor – Condensate – Turbulence – Chemical Resistance
Levelpro Series Liquid Level Sensors are manufactured for years of trouble free service in tough industrial applications. The Levelpro transmitter measures the height of liquid above the position of the sensing diaphragm of the transmitter located inside the tank referenced to atmospheric pressure. The transmitter consists of a ceramic piezo-resistive sensing element, encased in PVC, PVDF, PP, or 316 SS housing.
Levelpro Liquid Level transmitters are the types of sensors which can detect the best level under a layer of airy foam. These Liquid Level Sensors are critically used in the commercial and industrial process for accurate measurements of liquid volumes at any point in a container, & these are excellent chemical resistant liquid level sensors. OEMs can be profited to a large extent as it can reduce process variability which will result in less waste, reduced cost, and higher quality.
Liquid level sensors and switches provide high-reliability monitoring and detection for a broad range of corrosive, waste and slurry type media.
To effectively address such a wide variety of measurement challenges, We offers a broad range of contact, non-contact, and non-intrusive liquid level sensors and switches. These are available in multiple types, including contact & non-contact Ultrasonic Sensors for level Measurement, Capacitance Level Sensors, Industrial Liquid level transmitters, Tank pro series Level Pressure Transmitter, Liquid Pressure level Sensor, Guided Wave Radar level, Telemetry, and Continue float level sensor, Chemical Level Sensors, etc
Selection of Liquid Level Sensors
For the best choice of Level measurement sensor, make sure you have the answers to the following key questions before selecting a level transmitter, controller on any other level measurement instrument:
1. Are you measuring a Solid or Liquid Media?
2. What are the application’s pressure ranges and temperature?
3. Is continuous level or point level measurement required?
4. What level measurement range do you need?
5. Is the measured material electrically conductive?
6. Will the material coat or build up on surfaces?
7. Does turbulence, foam, or vapor occur at the surface of the liquid?
8. Will you need contact or non-contact level measurement?
9. What kind of output do you need–analog, relay, digital display, etc.?