Level Sensors RELY On Guided Microwave

Sensor specialist EGE can configure level controllers with guided microwave according to user specifications. Based on its proven standard level gauge, the German manufacturer can adapt the sensors to suit various tank geometries, mounting conditions, or demanding media in no time. Options include angled probes that can be mounted on the side of tanks.

 

EGE employs special materials such as Hastelloy or titanium to manufacture probes for use in aggressive media. EGE also specifically adapts the sensors to dielectric constants and to the temperature ranges of the liquid to be measured to ensure precise results in challenging media and cramped installation conditions. For more details, visit EGE-Elektronik Spezial-Sensoren GmbH and email [email protected].

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