Boiler Cut-Out Device offers upgrade kit.

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Series EA-100 Levalarm with upgrade kit replaces original float mechanism and micro switch with conductivity probe and detection relay, eliminating all moving parts. Relay provides 2 independent dry Form C switch contacts. Kit requires no welding, re-work of piping, or adjustments, and takes minutes to install.



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EA-100 Levalarm From Clark-Reliance Gets New Life


The Clark-Reliance® Corporation introduces its enhanced EA-100 Series Levalarm boiler "cut-out" device with a new upgrade kit that replaces the original float mechanism and micro switch with a conductivity probe and detection relay eliminating all moving parts.

This advancement utilizes conductivity technology that offers significantly greater safety and reliability than mechanical float devices that are subject to fatigue. And, service life is greatly extended since the probe requires no maintenance.

Designed to fit any EA-100 Series Levalarm in service since 1960, the upgrade kit doesn't require any welding, re-work of piping, or adjustments and takes just minutes to install.

The replay provides two independent dry (non-powered) "Form C" switch contacts and two models are readily available to service any application.

All EA-100 Levalarms are Factory Mutual and CSA Approved.

The Clark-Reliance® Corporation family of companies consists of Anderson® Separators, HYCOA (The Hydraulic Company Of America) transfer valves, filters, and strainers, Jacoby-Tarbox® sight flow indicators, Jerguson® liquid level gages and valves, Magne-Sonics® level and flow instrumentation, National Filtration Systems® fuel gas filtration/separation, and Reliance® boiler trim and steam specialty products. Clark-Reliance companies are dedicated to providing world-class customer service, quality products, and innovation to diverse industries worldwide. For more information, call (770) 246-6180, visit www.clark-reliance.com. or write to: 16633 Industrial Parkway, Strongsville, OH 44149, ATTN: Chris Fadden.

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