Ground water treatment plant in a Southern California Water District
Application: Chemical Storage Tank for Sulfuric Acid pH<1
Two EFX per tank for total length of 8 meters ~ 26 feet. An added Value to the client is to ensure Safety in Chemical Storage Tanks. The system provides local visual indication as a standalone unit which provides the ability for maintenance personnel and the operator to see level from far without having to climb on the tank; and also, the system is equipped with level magnetic switches to provide high- and low-level alarms. This system could be used as a standalone or as a redundant system. It utilizes hydrostatic principle to show the liquid level in the tank and as such, it is not affected by power failure. The system can withstand corrosion for many years using PVDF material; also, PVDF By far is Less expensive and have less weight than 316 stainless steel, or Carpenter 20 Cb-3. It is easier to install and support in place especially at this size.
The EFX Series magnetic level gauge devices are popular in several applications where local visual indication is a must to ensure safety. Applications such as chemical storage tank in a variety of industries including water treatment plants or HVAC-R Display level and control of cooling water in marine applications. It can be equipped for local visual indication as a standalone unit or with level magnetic switches and an electronic level transmitter output. The magnetic level gauge unit is typically installed via side connections at the top and bottom areas of the by-pass chamber to outside of a vessel or tank. The liquid level in the tank can easily be observed from the change of the flag color. It is custom made to fit your application with size, material, temperature, Pressure, Magnetic switches, level transmitters, flag colors, rulers, etc. as needed. These magnetic level gauge units are safer than glass gauges that they typically replace and are visible from a long distance. It utilizes hydrostatic principle to show the liquid level in the tank and as such, it is not affected by power failure.