Level Monitoring Equipment in West Virginia

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i-Series Sensors - Ultrasonic Sensors With Integrated Measurement Transmitter

by NIVUS GmbH

Ultrasonic sensors with integrated measurement transmitter the latest development in ultrasonic level measurement systems.


IONICON - PTR-QiTOF - Ultimate Performance Ultra-Sensitive - High-Resolution IONICON PTR-TOFMS instrument

by Ionicon Analytik Ges.m.b.H.

Welcome to the Future of Performance!The IONICON PTR-QiTOF continuously quantifies VOCs over the entire mass range in real-time delivering even ppqv-level detection limits in only a few seconds integration time. Our new flagship PTR-TOFMS series trace gas analyzer is by far our best offer in terms of mass resolving power, detection limit and ...


Automatic Sludge Blanket Level Detector

by Markland Specialty Engineering Ltd.

This detector helps municipal/industrial plants monitor & control interface levels & automate sludge removal in clarifiers (including lamellas, decanting tanks, dissolved air flotation thickeners, sequencing batch reactors & upflow filter reactors) when clarifying incoming process water or wastewater.It allows users to program de-sludge pumps to ...

Stevens - Type F - Chart Recorder

by Stevens Water Monitoring Systems, Inc.

The Stevens Type F Chart Recorder is a portable recorder that provides a continuous water or tank level record in graphical format. The Type F is used either as a primary device or as a very reliable backup instrument to record water or tank level. A single chart can provide up to 32 days of continuous level recording.

Stevens - Type A-04 - Water Chart Level Recorder

by Stevens Water Monitoring Systems, Inc.

The Stevens Type A-04 Chart Recorder is the world’s most time-proven standard in quality and reliability where continuous, long-term water level measurement operations are required. Over 40,000 Stevens Chart Recorders have been installed and used both as primary and backup instrument for a true real-time water level record. Flow data may ...

Stevens - Style A - Staff Gages

by Stevens Water Monitoring Systems, Inc.

Staff gages provide a quick and easy visual indicator of water level. Made with a durable porcelain enamel finish to resist corrosion. Style A staff gages feature graduation marks every 1, 1/10 and 0.02 feet. Total elevation is also marked. Style A comes in sections, each 4 inches wide and 3.33 feet in height. Multiple sections may be stacked for ...

Stevens - Style C - Staff Gages

by Stevens Water Monitoring Systems, Inc.

Staff gages provide a quick and easy visual indicator of water level. Made with a durable porcelain enamel finish to resist corrosion.Style Cstaff gages feature graduation marks every 1/100th foot. Numerical marks are printed every foot and tenth foot. Style C comes in standard sections, each 2.5 inches wide and 3.33 feet in height. Multiple ...

Stevens - PAT - Position Analog Transmitter

by Stevens Water Monitoring Systems, Inc.

The Position Analog Transmitter (PAT) is a stand-alone water level shaft encoders. The PAT is ideal for industrial and hydropower application with a 4-20 mA output. A precision potentiometer is the measuring element, and a number of ranges are available, depending on gear selection.

Stevens - Type A/F - Shaft Encoder (Chart Recorder Attachment)

by Stevens Water Monitoring Systems, Inc.

The A/F Shaft Encoder is a low-torque incremental optical sensor that measures water level and provides a digital output. Configurations come in a standalone encoder or as a direct Type A and Type F chart recorder attachment.

Stevens - Type A/F - Shaft Encoder (Stand Alone)

by Stevens Water Monitoring Systems, Inc.

The Stevens Type A/F Encoder Stand Alone is an input device for the StevensGS-93 and AxSys MPU with the primary purpose of encoding water level or shaft position. The Encoder input shaft accepts standard Stevens float pulleys for either beaded float line or perforated tape, and would be normally be installed in a gage house over a float well.

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