A large self centered float follows the liquid level in this gauge. A rope fitted with a float moves over a pair of dust free pulleys. Level is indicated by a pointer which moves on a 150 mm width aluminum powder coated scale.
Mainly used for storage tanks of Oil, Fire / DM water Alkalis, Acids furnace Oils, Lube Oil, Vegetable Oil, Molasses, Glucose etc.
Vapors seals (Magnetic) for special applications like HCl,N2 purged tank, diluted alkalis, dilute HNO3,NH3 Methanol,Banzene,Toluene, IPA etc.
In vapor seal there is no sealing liquids so we get absolute vapor tightness.
FLOWTECH provides a Float & Board Type Tank Level Gauge (Indicator) built primarily for large non-pressurized liquid storage tanks and vessels. This gauge is adaptable and may be used with a variety of tank designs, including cone roof, float roof, floating roof, and subterranean tanks. For maximum performance, the specific gravity of the fluid being measured should be larger than 0.6 (Free Flow).
The buoyancy concept underpins the operation of this level gauge. The unit is made up of two sorts of parts: wetted and non-wetted. Components that come into direct contact with the liquid, such as the float, anchor plan, and float guide wire, are referred to as wetted parts. Non-wetted parts, on the other hand, are those that do not come into contact with liquid, such as float wire, mounting brackets, indicator pulley, pulley housing, and scale.
The float in this level gauge is available in a variety of materials, including S.S.304, S.S.316, P.P., and Teflon, depending on the application.
What tanks or vessels are appropriate for the Float & Board Type Tank Level Gauge?
The Float & Board Type Tank Level Gauge may be used with a variety of tank types, including cone roof, float roof, floating roof, and subterranean tanks. It is mainly intended for use in non-pressurized liquid storage systems.
In the Float & Board Type Tank Level Gauge, what are the wetted and non-wetted parts?
The Float & Board Type Tank Level Gauge is actually made up of two pieces. Wetted pieces, such as the float, anchor plan, and float guide wire, come into direct touch with the liquid. Non-wetted parts, on the other hand, are those that are not in touch with the liquid, such as mounting brackets, indicator pulley, and scale.
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