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Vibrating Level Switches
SlurryPoint 60 Vibrating Level Switch Interface Measurement for Solids in LiquidsModel Number: SlurryPoint 60
The SlurryPoint 60 is a Vibrating Level Switch Designed for Interface Detection of Solids in Liquids Stored in Steeping Tanks. The SlurryPoint 60 Solid/Liquid Interface Units do not Sense Liquid but will Sense the Presence of Submerged Solids, such as Plastic Resins, Clay, Carbon Granules, Sand and Corn. It is Ideal to use when Emptying bins with a High Sediment Level or Maintaining Level of a Submerged Solid. The SlurryPoint 60 is not Recommended for Slurries or in Water with High Turbidity. The SlurryPoint 60 is a Compact and Robust Design, Suitable for Top or Side Mounting. The Unique Design of the Fork and Crystal Assembly Eliminates False Level Readings.
GranuPoint 50 Vibrating Level Switch for Powders and Granular SolidsModel Number: GranuPoint 50
The GranuPoint 50 is a Vibrating Level Switch that Detects the Absence or Presence of Dry Bulk Solids in Bins, Silos or Hoppers. The GranuPoint 50 is a Compact and Robust Design, Suitable for Top or Side Mounting. The Constant Vibration of the Fork Tine Provides Self-Cleaning Characteristics for Products that Do Not Coat or Cake. The Unique Design of the Fork and Crystal Asembly Eliminates False Level Readings. The Model GranuPoint 50 can be Used in Products that do not have Heavy Build-up on Forks. The GranuPoint 50 can Handle Dense Materials, such as Cement (80 pcf) to Extremely Light Products like Styrene (2 pcf). A Wide Range of Applications are Also Found in Dry Food Processing.