Press Release Summary:
Non-invasive levelprox Sensor mounts to outside of container and generates high frequency ultrasonic pulse that is transferred through container wall, analyzed, and compared to programmed conditions. Unit is available in 316 stainless steel T50 housing with integrated sanitary connection, or chrome-plated brass M30 housing, which is standard 30 mm barrel for applications that do not require sanitary design. Both offer dual operating modes.
Original Press Release:
TURCK Announces a New Non-Invasive Liquid Level Sensor: levelprox
TURCK Inc. announces levelprox, a unique non-invasive ultrasonic sensing solution that provides accurate point level detection of liquids through metal container walls. The levelprox sensor mounts to the outside of a container, and is ideal for high pressure, hazardous or sterile applications. levelprox uses a simple teach button to program empty and full conditions for reliable detection of liquid through a metal container. The sensor generates a high frequency ultrasonic pulse that is transferred through the container wall, analyzed and then compared to the programmed conditions. The levelprox sensor is available in two housings: T50 and M30. The T50 features a robust 316L stainless steel housing with an integrated sanitary connection. This design is ideal for applications in food, beverage and pharmaceutical industries, because the tri-clamp mounting flange maintains proper orientation and protects the coupling during washdown operations. The M30 housing is a standard 30 mm barrel that can be easily mounted using a welding adapter or a metal strap kit. This chrome plated brass housing is ideal for non-invasive level detection when the added expense of a sanitary fitting is not required. Both styles of levelprox offer dual operating modes for use in even the toughest level applications. The Reverb mode evaluates the ultrasonic pulse as it reverberates within the container wall. This mode is used when the liquid has a low viscosity leaving little or no coating on the container wall, or when stirring devices are used inside the container. The Echo mode evaluates the pulse as it travels through the liquid and echoes off of the opposite container wall. This mode is best suited for detection of highly viscous liquids that coat the inside container walls, which can cause problems for traditional level detection devices. TURCK is a leading supplier of advanced control solutions to help manufacturers improve their automated processes, products and profits. For other TURCK products or technical information, please contact: Application Support-Toll free: 800-544-PROX (7769). Visit us on the web www.turck.com, or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.