What Is The Best Level Sensor For DEF Tanks : Submersible Level Sensor
DEF (Diesel Exhaust Fluid) is a liquid that is used in diesel engines to reduce emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx) through a process called selective catalytic reduction (SCR). DEF is typically made of urea and water and is injected into the exhaust stream of a diesel engine.
The Levelpro 100 series submersible level sensor is a highly accurate and reliable sensor that is well-suited for use in DEF applications. It is a submersible sensor, which means it can be immersed directly into the DEF tank or container. This type of sensor is preferred over other level sensor technologies, such as ultrasonic or float-based sensors, because it can withstand the harsh environments and high temperatures found in DEF systems.
The Levelpro 100 series submersible level sensor has several advantages over other level sensor technologies for DEF applications. One advantage is its high accuracy and repeatability, which is important for ensuring proper DEF dosing and preventing engine damage. Another advantage is its ability to operate in high temperatures and harsh environments, which is necessary for DEF systems that operate at high pressures and temperatures. Additionally, the sensor can be connected to the ShoPro series Liquid Level display, which allows for real-time monitoring of DEF levels and alerts for low DEF levels.
In summary, the Levelpro 100 series submersible level sensor is a highly accurate and reliable sensor that is well-suited for use in DEF applications. It is ideal for diesel generators and other high-temperature and high-pressure DEF systems, and can be connected to the ShoPro series Liquid Level display for real-time monitoring and alerts.
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