Level Measurement, Continuous Level

Level measurementOur level measurement gauges are used to monitor measuring ranges, ranging from a few millimeters up to several dozen meters.

The radiometric level measurements work non-contacting and non-intrusive. As the components are mounted on the outer wall, they do not come into contact with the measured material and are therefore not exposed to wear and tear.

The level transmitters are universally applicable on all kind of vessels, reactors, autoclaves or bunkers.

Measuring Principle

Based on the radiometric principle, our level gauges are reliably operated under extreme conditions. The measurement is carried out irrespective of the material temperature, pressures or chemical properties of the measured material. Interior installations such as agitators etc. don't affect the measurement performance.

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Technology Highlights

TowerSENS Detector

The Tower-Sens with a max. length of 8m is an efficient solution for very long measuring ranges.

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Detector Stability

The patented method for detector stabilization ensures a consistent measurement performance, reliably compensating temperature and aging effects.

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Our high-sensitive detectors achieve a better measuring effect and can work with remarkably low source activities.

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Our Products for Continuous Level Measurement:

Level measurement LB 440

Level measurement LB 440
2-wire level system with separate evaluation unit and intrinsically safe supply.

Level measurement with SENSseries LB 480

High-sensitive detectors with innovative safety features - SIL
Next generation of high-sensitive detectors with innovative safety features - SIL

Level measurement with Uni-Probe LB 490

Level measurement, field device, level gauge, level sensor, point detector
Compact field device for level measurements with interfaces for HART, Profibus PA and Foundation Fieldbus.

Interface Measurement and Multiphase Level Measurement

Interface and Multiphase Level Measurement
Interface measurement between two liquid phases or the height of different product layers with radiometric systems.