The GF Signet 2250 hydrostatic level sensors for level and depth control have a one-piece, injection-molded PVDF body and ceramic diaphragm for superior compatibility in corrosive liquids.
Mounted through the tank wall or submersed from the top of the tank, the hydrostatic sensor measures the weight of a fluid column. The change and therefore the pressure at the sensor is proportional to the change in the tank level. A capillary tube in the cable ensures that changes in the atmospheric pressure can be compensated.
These sensors are available with a proprietary digital (S³L) or 4 to 20 mA output. The extended cable and capillary tubing with the union connection and a customer-supplied conduit allow for submersion in process vessels.
Manufactured of high-end PVDF, ceramic and FKM materials, GF Signet hydrostatic level sensors are unaffected by challenging conditions, which makes them ideal for difficult applications in harsh process environments.
Easy connection to a GF Signet 9900 transmitter enables you to display measurement values and adjust settings exactly where you want.
The highly sensitive hydrostatic sensors detect even small level changes and disregard false level signals from steam, foam or any other debris on the liquid surface.
The non-conductive, one-piece, injection-molded PVDF body and non-conductive sensor assembly mean that the sensor does not interfere with the plating process.