Three types of liquid level transmitters

- Aug 07, 2020-

1. Single flange liquid level transmitter ULB3351

Single-flange liquid level transmitters have flat flange and insert-cylinder flange liquid level transmitters, both of which use the gravity of the measured medium to measure the height of the liquid level. Single flange liquid level transmitter is suitable for medium with high viscosity and easy to crystallize. It is generally used for installation of open container or equipment.

2. Double flange liquid level transmitter

The double-flange liquid level transmitter is a differential pressure transmitter, which provides a reliable measurement method to prevent the measured medium from directly contacting the isolating diaphragm of the transmitter. The main application is the need to isolate the high-temperature medium from the transmitter, the measuring medium has a corrosive effect on the sensitive components of the transmitter, the suspended liquid or the high-viscosity medium, the measured medium solidifies or crystallizes due to environmental or process temperature changes, and the need to strictly purify the measuring head when the measured media is replaced . The double-flange liquid level transmitter is mainly used to measure the liquid level of sealed pressure vessels.

3. Submersible liquid level transmitter ULB6

The submersible liquid level transmitter has a rod type and a basket type. It is based on the principle that the measured liquid static pressure is proportional to the height of the liquid. It uses the piezoresistive diffused silicon or ceramic sensitive elements to convert the static pressure into electricity signal. After temperature compensation and linearity correction, it is converted into 4-20mADC standard current signal output. Due to the convenient, simple installation and the strong adaptability, the high-precision measurement can be carried out from water, oil to paste with high viscosity, and is not affected by bubbling and deposition of the measured medium. It is generally used in open vessels or equipment.

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