Level Sensors Work In Condensation

According to Flowline, condensation is the most common variable in liquid level applications, and it substantially degrades the measurement signal strength of ultrasonic sensors, until now.  The company’s EchoTouch reflective-ultrasonic level sensors work in condensation. 

 

By orienting the transducer vertically, condensation runs off the unimpeded transducer face to deliver reliable level measurement.  EchoTouch reflective-ultrasonic level transmitters are offered in small and bulk tank versions with optional push button display or software configuration and HART® communication.  For information, visit the EchoTouch product page for models and specs. Also, watch a brief video demo.

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Flowline

Los Alamitos, CA

562-598-3015

[email protected]

https://www.flowline.com

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