Submersible level transmitter for wastewater monitoring applications

GP:50 NY Ltd's Model 311-M351 submersible level transmitter ensures high-reliability within challenging wastewater lift station monitoring applications.


Model 311-M351 submersible level transmitter ensure high-reliability within challenging waste-water lift station monitoring applications. Courtesy: GP: 50 NY Ltd.

GP:50 NY Ltd's Model 311-M351 submersible level transmitter is designed to ensure reliability within challenging wastewater lift station monitoring applications. The corrosion-resistant design is submersible to 1100 ft WC. Model 311-M351 features a 3-in.diameter clog-resistant sensing diaphragm and corrosion-resistant protective baffle plate, which eliminates process clogging and facilitates high-accuracy level depth measurements within heavy sludge or foam conditions. The baffle plate also reduces risks of effluent sensor damage, particularly in lift station applications where particulate matter is present. Other applications for Model 311-M351 include process sumps, wet wells, water tanks and reservoirs, ponds, and municipal wastewater environments.

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