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Liquid Level Gages offer adjustable centerlines.
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February 13, 2014 - Compensating for variances that can occur during production of plastic tanks, nylon liquid level gages accommodate centerline distances up to ¼ in. longer or shorter than specified measurement for total adjustability of ½ in. Adjustment can be made by hand, facilitating installation, and features include round Trogamid nylon sight that is clear and durable. Gages are available with centerline measurements from 6–36 in., and red line on back of sight enhances liquid level visibility.
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Oil-Rite Corporation
4325 Clipper Dr., P.O. Box 1207
Manitowoc, WI, 54221 1207

Adjustable Length Liquid Level Gages

Manitowoc, WI – Oil-Rite Corporation has designed nylon liquid level gages with adjustable centerlines to accommodate centerline distances up to 1/4” longer or shorter than the specified measurement, for total adjustability of 1/2”.  This range of adjustability compensates for variances that can occur during the production of plastic tanks.  It is also suited to field installations where the distance between mounting holes may be less precise than in a controlled setting.  The adjustment can be made by hand, facilitating simple installation.

Liquid level gages are used to view liquid levels in hydraulic reservoirs, tanks, large steel mill pumps, gearboxes, bearing housings, hydraulic equipment, crankcases, transformers and machinery oil reservoirs.  Their use can be extended to many industrial liquid level viewing applications.

Nylon liquid level gages with adjustable centerlines feature a round Trogamid nylon sight that is clear and durable.  Liquid level and clarity can be viewed from all angles.  A red line on the back of the sight enhances liquid level visibility.  The length between the center of the two mounting bolts is referred to as the centerline. Gages are available with centerline measurements ranging from 6” to 36”.

Typical liquid level gages require that mounting holes be within 1/32” of the centerline measurement of the gage.  This adjustable design is patented-pending and offers a total adjustable range of 1/2”.  For example, a gage with a 6” centerline can accommodate mounting holes from 5 3/4” to 6 1/4” apart.  The adjustment is made by hand without the use of tools. No disassembly is required.

Oil-Rite Corporation has been designing and manufacturing lubrication equipment in its U.S. plant since 1933.  For more information, contact Technical Sales at 920-682-6173, or consult

For more information, please contact:
Kurt Rommelfaenger
Marketing & Sales Manager
Oil-Rite Corporation
4325 Clipper Drive
P.O. Box 1207
Manitowoc, WI  54221-1207
Telephone: 920-682-6173  
Fax: 920-682-7699
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