Expand your level measurement capabilities with versatile measurement equipment
With so many different measurement techniques and types of materials to be measured, you need equipment with versatile capabilities. Our measurement devices can cover your varying level measurement needs, accurately obtaining level measurement whether you need continuous measurement, non-contact devices, or measurement in extreme conditions.
Radar technology is used for the continuous, non-contact level measurement of liquids and bulk solids. Unaffected by the presence of dust, noise, buildup or condensation, this technology is ideal for a variety of process applications even under high pressure and extreme temperatures.
Guided wave radar technology is suitable for the continuous level measurement of liquids and bulk solids. Unaffected by shifts in pressure, temperature or product specific gravity, this technology is ideal for applications with a variety of process applications.
Nuclear (radiation-based) technology is ideal for the continuous, non-contact level measurement of liquids and bulk solids under extreme process conditions. Measurement is independent of pressure, temperature and product properties and can be installed on the outside of process vessels during ongoing production.
Capacitive sensing technology is used for the continuous level measurement of bulk solids and homogeneous liquids that provide stable electrical measuring conditions. Its robust, mechanical design is the basis for reliable, trouble and maintenance-free operation.
Ultrasonic sensing technology is suitable for the continuous, non-contact level measurement of liquids and bulk solids. Level is determined by measuring the air space between the product and the sensor, making it ideal for simple applications with stable measuring conditions.
The proportion of solid matter in a liquid is determined with the help of density measurement. Typical applications in the process industry are the measurement of acid and lye concentrations, the mixture density of abrasive or sticky liquids and the solid matter content of sludges and slurries.
Capacitive point level sensors are used in homgenous liquids and bulk solids in tanks and pipes that provide stable electrical measuring conditions. They are used for overfill protection, dry run protections, oil/water detection and foam detection.
Radiation-based sensors enable precise measurement of liquids and bulk solids under extreme process conditions such as high temperatures, pressures and aggressive materials. They can be installed on the outside of process vessels during ongoing production, without disturbing the process in any way.
The microwave barriers of the radar point level sensors are suitable for non-contact point level detection of liquids and bulk solids of any kind, including detection of high purity liquids through container walls. When it comes to bulk solids, the microwave barrier lends itself well for heavy and dust-generating media or for backup detection on conveyor belts.
Vibrating point level sensors are used for overfill and dry run protection in liquids. They are also suitable for safety-related applications up to SIL2. Special materials and coated versions also allow their use in agressive materials.
Electronic differential pressure technology works well in most level applications and provide continual reliability with reduced costs for installation, maintenance, and repair. Through the use of two independent transmiters, this technology can provide easy set up of standard applications within the device including DP, level, flow, interface and density.
Hydrostatic pressure transmitters are specifically designed to measure the pressures and levels of a wide range of liquids with widely different properties. They also have the ability to measure the temperature of the medium.
Process pressure gauges measure the pressures and levels of liquids, gases and vapors. They are designed for use in chemically aggressive liquids as well as in hazardous or hygienic areas. These process pressure transmitters are ideal for detecting relative or absolute pressure in applications with condensation or rapid temperature changes.