Magnetic level gages have overtaken the process industry over the last 10-15 years. They are used to monitor level in tanks, steam drums, etc. Basically anything that has liquid uses these in place of traditional glass gages. The advantages being that they eliminate the glass & gasket leaking issues [no maintenance] and can also have remote indicators attached to them, unlike glass gages.
Any instrument engineer who deals with the food, biotech, process industries, petrochemical, refinery or power should be familiar with the selection and use of Magnetic level gages.
How the Magnet works
Materials of Construction; Connections
Standard Local Indication Applications
Boiler Steam Drum Restrictions
Remote Indication Types and Applications
High Pressure Applications
Flashing Fluid Applications
Karl Kozak is a graduate of the US Naval Academy, has a BS in Engineering and MBA. He has been a Nuclear Submarine Officer and hold as PE License in Engineering. Formerly with Stone & Webster Engineering, Rockwell Energy Systems Group, Combustion Engineering and Forney Corporation, Karl is currently Western Region Sales Manager for Clark Reliance, Corp., where he has worked for the past eleven years. Karl can be reached at (805) 358-4142 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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