Continuous Level Measurement
The robust Brooks magnetic level gauges provide reliable and continuous liquid level measurement through the use of a proven magnetic float technology which does not require external power. As a result, plant engineers can continue to monitor material levels despite planned or unplanned power loss. Optional alarms and transmitters are available to permit remote monitoring as well.
Brooks magnetic level gauges feature sealed measurement chambers constructed from stainless steel, PVC, PPH, PVDF, or PTFE that enable reliable level measurement of a wide assortment of liquids including those that are corrosive, toxic, or otherwise hazardous. Because the only moving part in contact with the fluid is the float, these instruments are exceptionally rugged and durable. Many process connection options are available, further enhancing application flexibility.
Type 810 Mechanical Level Gauge
The magnetic level gauge type 810 allows you to measure direct liquid levels, even corrosive or dangerous, into vessels or under pressurized tanks. The design of this equipment ensures a good accuracy, an excellent reliability, and a safe use.
The type 810 measures liquid level (or liquid/liquid interface) over ranges from as short as 1 foot (0.3 m) to as long as 20 feet (6 m), and longer with multiple sections of instruments if needed. Designs are available to handle fluid temperatures from -256 F (-160 C) to 750 F (400 C) and pressures as high as 3480 psi (240 bar). Applications include product tank monitoring, feed water heaters, condensate and separator systems, cryogenic gases, effluent tanks, and more.
MC1000 Continuous Level Transmitter
This economical level instrument features a ball float on a stainless rod that can be insertion mounted or mounted in a by-pass chamber. The MC1000 comes with either flanged or threaded tank connections, providing flexible mounting options. Its 4-20 mA transmitter can be provided in standard, intrinsically safe, or explosion-proof configurations with or without HART. The maximum measurement range is 10 feet (3m) and measurement resolution is 0.6" (15 mm).