Capacitive point level switch for water-based liquids

Endress+Hauser's Liquipoint FTW23 is designed for hygienic processes and tight conditions in the food and beverage industry.

03/01/2016


Liquipoint FTW23 is designed for hygienic processes in the food and beverage industry. Courtesy: Endress+HauserEndress+Hauser's Liquipoint FTW23 is a capacitive point level switch for water-based liquids in the food and beverage industry. Designed for hygienic processes such as water, beer, fruit juices, milk, etc., and for use in storage tanks, mixing vessels and pipes, the FTW23 meets FDA requirements and is 3-A and EHEDG certified. FTW23's compact design allows for installation in tight conditions where access is restricted. The Liquipoint FTW23 is built for basic food applications such as liquid media without build-up in the food and beverage industry. It complements the Liquipoint FTW33 conductivity point level switch, which is used in tough applications where build-up on the sensor is likely, and where a flush-mounted sensor is needed. All areas of the FTW23 that are in contact with the process are made of robust 316L stainless steel material. It also can operate within a process pressure range of -14.5 to 232 psi and a temperature range of -4 to 212 F. 

Endress+Hauser

www.us.endress.com/ftw23 

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