Level Compensators are used to compensate for height differences. These serve as shock absorbers to prevent damage to work pieces and allow greater positioning latitude for robotic applications. These also provide a certain amount of shock absorption.
Electronic Level Control System consists of a level transmitter mounted on the storage tank. Electronic level control system adjusts the rear suspension height by pumping in or releasing air to compensate for changing load.
Level controllers without moveable parts are available in various versions and are extremely resistant to soiling. Capacitive level controllers are available for gases to -200 °C as well as hot glue up to +230 °C. PTFE and PEEK are here the preferred materials because they prevent adhesions. Opto fill sensors with glass or PSU tip do not require a medium adjustment and are simply added top the tank. These sensors are also available as explosion-proof units in accordance with ATEX. Ultrasonic sensors, pressure controllers or the capacitive high-temperature measuring probe KFA continuously monitor and log fill levels.
Conductive level controls are ideally suited to control top and/or bottom levels of fluids in conjunction with appropriate electrode assembly. It is ideal for level control of conductive liquids. It uses electrodes to electrically detect the level of the liquid material. It is used in many applications that include water purification, drainage, in production lines of food and beverage, and wastewater treatment.
Magnetic Level Gauge consists of a float chamber and an external indication device. A magnetic level gauge is used to control the level of fluids. This gauge includes floatable devices that float both in high-density fluid and in low-density fluid. A mechanical level gauge is designed to measure the depth of vaulted and double wall tanks. Mechanical level gauges withstand internal fumes, internal heat, external heat and sunlight.