Devices used to detect or measure level of liquids, gases or solids, within pipes or tanks, or to detect the interfaces between different materials.
Dry material (powders) level sensors are used to measure levels of solid, dry materials in either continuous or point values represented with various output options.
Dry material (powders) level switches are used to measure levels of dry, solid materials via an electrical switching action.
Interface level measurement equipment includes sensors and meters for the detection and measurement of interface levels between different media, such as oil/water interfaces and liquid/solid interfaces.
Level controllers monitor, regulate, and control liquid or solid levels in a process.
Level gauges are industrial meters used to determined the level of a liquid in a fixed storage or process tank
Level sensors are used to detect liquid or powder levels, or interfaces between liquids. There are two basic level-measurement types: continuous and point or multi-point.
Level switches is a generic search term for devices that are used to detect liquid or powder levels, or interfaces between liquids. These level measurements are indicated via an electrical switching action.
Level transmitters or level transducers are used to measure the level of a liquid or bulk solid material (as well as slurries) within a specified space. For each measurement, they provide an electrical output that is proportional to the input level.
Liquid leak detectors sense when a liquid is leaking from a pipe, tank, or other receptacle.
Liquid level floats, sometimes known as float balls, are spherical, cylindrical and similarly-shaped objects - made from either rigid or non-rigid material - that are engineered for buoyancy in water and other liquids. They are used for surface demarcation, level measurement, flow control, cable support, and to block UV light. They may also be designed for integration with valve, switch or fluid-instrument mechanical assemblies, to control or monitor liquid levels and tank volumes.
Liquid level sensors are used to detect liquid levels or interfaces between liquids such as oil and water or liquids and solids.
Liquid level switches are used to detect specific liquid levels or interfaces between liquids. These level measurements are indicated via an electrical switching action.