Level Sensors Maintain Accuracy with Vapors, Condensation, Turbulence

GF Piping Systems’ level-sensing instrumentation product line features the 2260 Ultrasonic Level Transmitter and the 2270 Ultrasonic Level Sensor.

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GF Piping Systems’ level-sensing instrumentation product line features the 2260 Ultrasonic Level Transmitter and the 2270 Ultrasonic Level Sensor. Together, these devices provide reliable and maintenance-free measurement and detection for nearly all liquids and types of vessels—from closed tank systems to open basins—and are suitable for use in a variety of water treatment, chemical processing and ultrapure water applications. These intelligent instruments can differentiate between substances like condensation or agitation and the true, actual level of the medium to avoid incorrect measurements, even in tanks with heavy vapors, condensation or turbulence, the company says.

The devices operate on the measurement principle of ultrasonic time of flight and feature ±0.05-percent accuracies of the measurement range. Design features include use of a narrow beam that enables safe installation in limited-space tanks and near static objects. A large display eases level and volume readings and the Quick-Set menu incorporates preprogrammed tank shapes for setting up volume calculations in minutes, speeding startup time. Sensors are available in PP, PVDF, and in 4- and 6-m sizes with 1 ½" and 2" threads.

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