Level probe LMP 307 – the allrounder now also in a new petrol version
In a welded version, the level probe LMP 307 was the ideal choice for measuring fill levels of solvents and fuels. A new housing version makes it easier to mount and increases the level of resistance.
BD|SENSORS is expanding its range to include new versions of the tried-and-tested level probe LMP 307. This model is the ultimate allrounder in the “Hydrostatic level measurement” discipline and for more than 20 years it has been reliably recording levels in clean and slightly contaminated liquids. The LMP 307 offers a persuasive choice with a wide range of available measuring areas, output signals, materials and authorisations (DVGW, KTW, ATEX, IECEX, SIL2).
The new petrol version completely relinquishes the use of elastomers for sealing the stainless steel housing. Tank management for solvents and fuels containing additives is one of the main areas of application for this hermetically welded version. The reliability and durability of the LMP 307 can no longer be influenced even by incompatibilities with media which are difficult to calculate.
The LMP 307 is also newly available with a R ½” thread on the housing. The level probe can be securely fixed with this thread, thus delivering stable measurement results even in flowing liquids (e.g. in running waters or vessels containing stirrers).
This connection can alternatively also be utilised to mount a rigid or flexible protective tube. This means that damage caused to the submersible probe cable by abrasion, aggressive media or rodent bites is now a thing of the past.
The LMP 307 provides the user with a model that is extremely versatile and can be configured very individually thanks to the different versions that are available.