Submersible Tank Level Sensors – Best Choice for Chemicals
Submersible tank level sensors are sensors that are designed to be fully immersed in the fluid being measured, and are often the best choice for use in tanks that contain corrosive chemicals. There are a few key reasons why submersible tank level sensors are well-suited for use in these types of applications.
Submersible Tank Level Sensors
1. First, submersible tank level sensors are able to withstand the corrosive nature of many chemicals. These sensors are typically made from materials that are resistant to corrosion, such as, PVC, PP, PVDF and PTFE Teflon®, stainless steel, or titanium. The wide variety of different body materials makes the submersible tank level sensor well-suited for use in harsh chemical environments.
2. The Levelpro 100 series tank level sensor is equipped with a Teflon® jacketed cable and a FFKM Kalrez® o-ring seal for the ultimate in corrosion resistance.
3. In addition, many submersible tank level sensors are equipped with protective coatings or housings that further help to resist corrosion and prolong the life of the sensor.
4. Another reason that submersible tank level sensors are a good choice for use with corrosive chemicals is their ability to provide accurate and reliable measurements. These sensors are able to measure the level of the fluid directly, which means that they are able to provide accurate and reliable readings even in the presence of corrosive chemicals. This is important in applications where accurate and reliable measurements are critical, as it helps to ensure that the chemical processes being monitored are operating at optimal efficiency.
5. Finally, submersible tank level sensors are relatively simple and easy to install and maintain. These sensors can be easily integrated into new or existing piping systems, and do not require any special sensors or probes to be inserted into the tank. In addition, submersible tank level sensors are generally resistant to fouling.