Fri, 24 May 2024
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Always on the level?

INSTROTECH is offering Kobold’s bypass level indicator SZM as an indicator of levels in small and medium-sized, upright or horizontal, round vessels.

According to the company, the SZM is particularly suited for use in the food industry (oil & milk), water treatment and the pharmaceutical and chemical industries.

“Following the principle of communicating tubes, the liquid level in the glass tube of the device corresponds to the level in the respective containers,” the company said in a statement.

The measuring length can be selected between 370 mm and 3080 mm. Process connections are usually flanges (for example DN 15 to DN 50) but can also be obtained with union nuts (G½, ½” NPT). The level indicator can be provided with capacitive sensors to monitor one or a series of defined levels.

Key features include:
• Measuring length: 370 … 3080 mm
• Pressure Max: 10 bar;
• Temperature Max: -20 °C … 100 °C
• Viscosity: max. 50 mm2/s
• Connection:
DIN flange DN15…50, ANSI flange 1⁄2″…2″, union nut G1⁄2, 1⁄2″ NPT
• Material:
Stainless steel 1.4301/1.4404
• Local indication without auxiliary power
• Limit contacts

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