New pneumatic level sensorsThe new NLS pneumatic level sensors feature a minimum number of moving parts.They are designed for operational reliability and long life (more than 50,000 switch operations). They install quickly and easily with a standard 1⁄2 in. pipe and G1 connection at the top of the tank. Click here to enlarge imageThe NLS is engineered for use in high viscosity liquids and is suited for use in process uses where electrical power is not available or hazardous locations exist. It may be used in conjunction with one of this firm’s intrinsic safety barriers to meet hazardous location requirements for level control devices.Source: Scientific Technologies Inc., Aut...

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