Understanding Tank Level Monitoring
Because it is unaffected by vapour, condensate, turbulence, and condensate, the LevelPro 100 series submersible level sensor is a highly recommended alternative for detecting liquid levels in tanks containing bulk chemicals. This is because the sensor is completely submerged and hermetically sealed, meaning that it is not impacted by any outside elements that could compromise the measurement’s precision, such as vapour or turbulence. In order to ensure that the sensor can withstand extreme chemical environments, it is also composed of corrosion-resistant materials such PVC, PP, PVDF, PTFE Teflon, and 316SS.
To ensure optimum performance, the sensor is made to be connected to both the LP100 junction box and the Shopro level display. The LP100 junction box supplies the sensor with power and signal conditioning, ensuring that the sensor is correctly powered and that the signal is precise. Operators can easily check the liquid level in the tank thanks to the Shopro level display’s easy-to-read readout of the level measurement.
The Sentinel Skytank telemetry tank monitoring system is also advised for remote chemical tanks since it enables remote monitoring and management of the tank’s liquid level. This system has the ability to transmit data to a distant place where operators can keep an eye on and manage it. This capability is especially helpful for tanks that are physically difficult or impossible for operators to access, such as those that are situated in distant or hard-to-reach locations.
In conclusion, the best option for detecting liquid levels in tanks holding bulk chemicals is the LevelPro 100 series submersible level sensor since it is corrosion resistant, unaffected by vapour, condensate, turbulence, or condensate, and it delivers precise measurement. For the best performance, use the LP100 junction box with Shopro level display. For distant chemical tanks, use the Sentinel Skytank telemetry tank monitoring system.