Product description

The by-pass level indicator enables monitoring of liquid levels by using a display with fitted plastic rollers. The rollers will rotate corresponding to the magnetic field and display either red or white depending on the current location of the magnet, thus indicating the liquid level inside the vessel.

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Material

Body: Stainless steel

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Specifications

Gas types: LPG (Propane, Butane), NH3 (Ammonia, Anhydrous Ammonia), Kerosene, BioLPG, gasoline, diesel, DME, cryogenics 
Connections: Thread, flange, weld
Type: NPT, ANSI, DIN, BUTT
Pressure range: Up to 400 bar (5,800 psi)
Temperature range: -196˚C to +450˚C (-320.8˚F to +842˚F)
Sizes and range: ½" to 1" (NPT/butt), ½" to 4" (ANSI), DN10 to DN100 (DIN) 
Series: BNA model
Standards: CE-ATEX

*Materials and specifications are subject to generalisation. Our experienced people are ready to help you find the correct fit for your application. 

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Features

  • Robust design for a long-life span
  • Fail-safe magnetic display without a power supply 
  • Explosion-proof versions available
  • Corrosion-resistant
  • Level measurement independent of media changes
  • Interface-layer level measurement from a density 100 kg/m3 

Did you know?

Optional mounting of level transmitters and magnetic switches possible upon request

We can provide customised solutions upon request

The indicators can be supplied in other corrosion resistant materials

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