Hydrostatic Level Sensors

Hydrostatic level sensors measure the pressure the liquid is pushing down with and compensate for the changes in atmospheric pressure. They come is various forms that can be dropped into tanks or fitted from the outside (via a threaded fitting or a flange). They are easy to install, offer great performance for the price and give long term reliabiltiy.They are used on fuels, water, waste, lubricants, various chemicals, animal feed and lots more products.With hygienic fittings we can provide solutions for milk and other foodstuffs. The ATEX approved units can be used in potentially explosive environments.

Details of our Hydrostatic Level Sensors

Submersible hydrostatic sensors are ideal for fuel level monitoring when used with the Metron2. The short settling time maximises battery life.

They are easy to install, robust and reliable. Powelectrics can offer a range of senosrs to suit your needs with different levels of perfomance to suit different budgets. 

Contact us for our Hydrostatic Level Sensors

For more information regarding our Hydrostatic Level Sensors contact us direct today. Call us on 01827 310 666 or fill out our online enquiry form and we'll get back to you. 

ATEX Approved Hydrostatic Level Sensors

The SPS series of Affordable Level Sensors suit a wide range of applications and offer simple installation and long term stabilit are available with ATEX approval making them suitable for use in explosive applications, such as on petrol tanks.

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Affordable Level Sensors: SPS Series

The SPS series of Affordable Level Sensors suit a wide range of applications and offer simple installation and long term stability

As well as the basic units we have versions that combine temperature and level sensors, others with PTFE cable and 316 stainless steel to suit some more agggressive applications, ATEX approved level sensors and sensors for harsh environments.

Applications include tank level monitoring (for fuels, chemicals, animal feed, fertiliser and more), river level monitoring, reservoir level monitoring andborehole level monitoring.

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