Liquid Level Switch Manufacturers and Suppliers

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  • Customization Options for Chambered Switches

    A chambered level switch is a level switch contained inside a sealed chamber housing. These switches are used for applications where the metal components of the switch cannot touch the base material. The switches are used for measuring and controlling the liquid level of different materials, such as in transmission lines and large liquid holding tanks. There are actually several different customization options for a chambered level switch. Each customization option is best suited to a different application. Chamber housing: The switch housing comes in two different designs. Sealed housing...

  • Advantages of the Reed Switch

    A float level switch or liquid level switch is a type of level sensor that has a simple design and usage principle. The float encircles a stationary stem and has magnets contained in the float. When the float rises and lowers, the magnetic field actuates a magnetic reed switch in the stem. This magnetic reading can then accurately identify the liquid level within one eighth of an inch. The reed design is not the only float level switch design available, but it is one of the most reliable. The reed...

  • New Low-Water Cutoff Devices Provide Compact Protection for Boilers and Steam Generators

    April 29, 2014: Gems Sensors & Controls has introduced a new line of compact low-water cutoff devices to provide critical protection for boilers and steam generators. The new LWC-700/720/800 Series offer a variety of configurations and functions for application in most water feed vessels. They feature redundant switches within the liquid level sensors, and electronic controllers to deactivate systems before a water supply problem can damage or create a critical situation in boiler or steam generation equipment. They meet CSD1 requirements and are U.L. Recognized per UL-353 for “Limit Control”....

  • New Capacitive Level Sensor for Non-Contact Detection of Challenging Fluids

    Plainville CT – Gems Sensors & Controls releases the new CAP-100 series capacitive liquid level sensors that offer accurate level sensing through the walls of a wide variety of bottle types including fiberglass, glass, and plastic. These sensors are compact and ideally suited for medical applications including waste, reagent, buffer or diluent as well as dark, sticky or viscous fluids. The level monitoring is conducted from outside the sealed container which is especially useful for vessels containing biohazardous liquids. They are easy to calibrate, available in both aqueous and non-aqueous...

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Liquid Level Switch

Liquid level switches are liquid measurement and control utilities. They are used to determine and manage the amount of a liquid in all kinds of storage and transmission systems. Level switches and level sensors are important tools because they provide information about quantities, pressurization, flow and other details about the state of liquid storage and transmission equipment.

Liquid level switches are useful in many contexts. In fuel storage tanks, for example, tank level indicators can be used to prevent the tank from becoming overfilled during a refilling process. These measurement technologies may include sensors using differential pressure sensing, optical sensing and control, sonic or radar, microwave and pressure-sensing membranes. These switches and their sensors can, if necessary, be finely tuned to measure extremely minute changes in liquid levels. Liquid levels are measured by the activating or deactivating of a reed switch, relay or a solid-state switch. When the switch's circuit is completed or broken, the signal sent from the switch can be relayed to open or closed valves, operate pumps and initiate other processes. Simple optical sensors, for example, involve the use of LED systems. An LED is used to shine an infrared light through a tank. If the light beam is interrupted, a signal is sent to control equipment indicating levels.

Liquid level switches can be constructed from a variety of materials, including bronze, plastic, PVC, stainless steel and many other materials. They may also be constructed to withstand high temperatures and pressures, and PTFE switches are available for use in high-purity applications. Liquid level switches have a variety of applications including flow line monitoring, household appliances such as heaters and furnaces, automotive, and control technology. There are many different liquid level switch configurations. The simplest liquid level switch variety is the float level switch, which involves a hollow buoy attached to indicating circuits. When the enclosure in which the level switch is installed is empty, the buoy hangs toward the bottom of the enclosure because of gravity. When the enclosure is sufficiently filled, the rising liquid line causes the buoy to rise. If the buoy rises enough, the circuit in the indicator will close. A signal is then sent from the indicator to gauges or control equipment. Most other liquid level switch varieties are a variation on that design.

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Liquid Level Switch – AMETEK Drexelbrook
Liquid Level Switch – Sierra Instruments
Liquid Level Switch – Sierra Instruments
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Liquid Level Switch
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Liquid Level Switch – Uehling Instrument Co.
Liquid Level Switch – Uehling Instrument Co.
Liquid Level Switch – John C. Ernst Co., Inc.
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