Lift Station Solutions – Continuous Level

 

The next two posts in our Lift Station Solutions blog series will discuss the benefits of continuous level measurement and point level measurement.  As you’ll notice, there are many options available for level measurement. Finding the right choice doesn’t have to be difficult and we are happy to go through the different options with you…


Finding a solution that fits your needs is well worth the effort! As previously discussed, maintenance costs for pumps that run dry or that overflow can be shocking. Also, getting the right set up can provide you with the right alarms, motor and pump control, and a prolonged lifecycle.

Take a look at what sensors you’re using now or call us to survey your system. We can help you identify what is working and where you’re at risk. 800-969-5678 or info@vectorcag.com

Here is a brief overview of the continuous level options we have available:

 

Prosonic FMU90 separated version with field housing or top hat rail housing for control cabinet instrumentation are inexpensive and easy to use ultrasonic transmitters.

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The FMR10 and FMR20 are the first non-contact radar devices with Bluetooth ® commissioning, operation and maintenance via a mobile app and they are the most compact radars thanks to unique radar chip design with integrated radio frequency components and direct emission transceiver.

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The Levelflex FMP51 offers maximum reliability even in applications where foam occurs or when numerous tank baffles interfere with the measurement.

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The Waterpilot FMX21 is a reliable and robust level probe with the ability to compensate for density and offers integrated temperature measurement.

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The Viatran Model 590 detachable level transmitter is a submersible transmitter specifically designed to meet the challenging demands of liquid measurement and is accurate to 0.1%. The ability to detach the sensor can be an enormous time saver when or if it's ever needed.

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