Liquid-level indicators

Dec. 8, 2011
TL Series tape-level indicators are designed for liquid-level indication where no electrical power is available

TL Series tape-level indicators are designed for liquid-level indication where no electrical power is available. Suited for 30 or 55-gallon remote and mobile tanks, the indicators have a magnetic float and standard tape-measure blade sealed in a liquid-tight tube. Only the stem and float come in contact with the liquid, leaving the tape clean and easy to read.

The retractable steel tape magnetically latches to the level position of the magnetic float. The tank’s liquid level is determined by sliding the tape out of the stem tube and reading the aligning graduation mark on the tape when the magnetic interlock is felt. Three models comprise the TL Series: Brass stem and fitting with a Buna-N float; stainless-steel stem and fitting with a polypropylene float; and a stainless-steel stem and fitting with a stainless-steel float, with total lengths up to 6 ft available.

Madison Co.
27 Business Park Dr.
Branford, CT 06405
(800) 466-5383
www.madisonco.com

© 2011 Penton Media, Inc.

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