Detect low liquid levels

Cary, NC —The M Series line of level sensors are now available with a new float and weight combination designed to detect liquid levels as low as 1.25 in. in long flex gages up to 60 ft. By reducing the height of its 11-lb weight, the flexible element can rest on the bottom of the tank floor while the float rests inside the weight resulting in a more accurate zero reading.

01/01/2003


Cary, NC - The M Series line of level sensors are now available with a new float and weight combination designed to detect liquid levels as low as 1.25 in. in long flex gages up to 60 ft. By reducing the height of its 11-lb weight, the flexible element can rest on the bottom of the tank floor while the float rests inside the weight resulting in a more accurate zero reading. Being close to the tank floor, the float is able to lift off at 1.25 in. (liquid level or interface detection begins at this point).

www.mts.com

MTS Systems Corp.





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