Maritime level gauges
For work in difficult conditions are designed PGA_M maritime level gauges. These level gauges passed a series of necessary tests and were certified by BUREAU VERITAS Marine Division allowing them to be used on vessels (excluding passenger vessels, acc. to SOLAS CONVENTION).
Characteristic feature of these liquid level gauges are specific safeguards in case of fire, which did not allow an oil spill from the tank on which they are mounted. In addition, glass tubes are made of borosilicate glass, resistant to high temperatures and aggressive environmental conditions. All housing's elements are made of metal (stainless steel and bronze) suitable for use in harsh environmental conditions.
For additional protection shut-off valves are used, As a result, the flow of oil through the liquid level gauge is only at the time of measurement operation. Seals in the marine liquid level indicator are made entirely of perfluorinated rubber (Viton®).
Dimensions of PGA_M level gauges
|PGA_M 254||254||35||36||56||8||30||2 x 87||254||286|
|PGA_M 381||381||35||36||56||8||30||3 x 87||381||476|
|PGA_M 508||508||35||36||56||8||30||4 x 87||508||584|
|Temperature:||-25 .. +80 °C|
|Pressure:||max. 0,1 MPa|
|Max. tightening torque:||9 Nm|
Presented level indicator is a visual level gauge of the liquid in the tank. The connection of the measuring tube to the tank is normally closed with check valves. Simultaneous press of P1 and P2 buttons enables to read the level of liquid. Valves prevent the leakage of liquid from the tank in case of the measuring tube damage.
While every attempt has been made to verify the source of the information, no responsibility is accepted for accuracy of data.