Liquid Level Control & Measurement Made Easy
The demands of industry require a variety of liquid level measurement and control methods. Simtech offers a variety of highly corrosion-resistant thermoplastic level sensor types and switches engineered to perform reliably regardless of storage vessel size or shape, pressure or temperature conditions, and the characteristics of stored medium (fluid). Simtech offers four level measurement device types:
- Ultrasonic (contact-free)
Typical applications include:
- Acids (HCL, Nitric acid)
- Corrosive Chemicals
- Foam, Soaps
- Fuming chemicals
- Sodium Hypochlorite
- Leachate or peroxide collection
- Sumps or Pits
- Chemical injection
- Chemical holding tanks
A PVDF ultrasonic sensor for precise contact-free filling level measurement. Equipped with the UND Unified Display. Ideal for extreme chemical service.
Hydrostatic Level Sensor
The LHS converts the hydrostatic pressure of fluid in a tank into the filling level. The hydrostatic LHS is ideal for use with foaming medium types where ultrasonic sensors are unsuitable.
Conductive Limit Switch
The LCS allows detection of filling levels of electrically conductive fluids. Optional 2-point controls allow registering of two limit levels.
The LLS Liquid Level Switch can detect up to 4 filling levels by way of submerged diaphragm pressure switches in thermoplastic tubes. Designed for unpressurized containers only.
Float Valve FTV
The FTV provides reliable shut-off mounted through tank wall or over the top edge. Solid PVC, PP or PVDF body make it ideal for aggressive acids, caustics, plating solutions, etc. Sizes ¼” – 4”
Modular Wet Bench Dump Valve MDV
The MDV replaces expensive trap doors and air cylinders in rinse tanks, etch modules, etc. Available in solid PVC, PP or PVDF in 5" and 6" sizes.
Liquid Level Float Switch LFS
The compact LFS helps maintain liquid levels by activating relays or solenoids, turning heaters and pumps on or off or triggering alarms or indicator lights.
Manual Shut Off Valve MOV
No Lube Manual Shut Off Valve NLM