This manometer measures the pressure difference between the top and bottom of the tank, this pressure difference will correspond to the height of water in the tank.
This system has the same principle as the differential pressure gauge.
The advantage of this equipment is that it is possible to connect it to remote management via an analog output.
This system is a radar level transmitter for remote contactless level measurement. This system only works with tanks without membrane. Possibility of having an analog output. Because it is a contactless system, it is possible to use it in loaded water.
The "all or nothing" system lets you know if the liquid in the tank has reached a certain level.
It is only used with tanks without a bladder.
The tanks can be fitted with pressure gauges to check the pressure.
It is possible to have manometers with analog output.
It is required by regulation to provide a valve on the tanks. This safety device allows to evacuate the air if the maximum pressure is reached.
The valves are tared and supplied with their calibration certificate.
In some cases, it is necessary to provide anti-vibration sleeves in order to be able to operate our level controllers by weighing. These sleeves are also used when there is vibration in the pipe.
It is possible to equip our tanks with non-return valves with pierced flaps. This system creates a pressure drop when filling the tank and helps to fight against depressions.
It is strongly recommended to provide an isolation valve between the tank and the pipe in order to be able to easily intervene on the tanks.
For some very aggressive types of water, it is possible to replace the outlet of epoxy coated steel membrane tanks (only part in contact with water) with outlets made of 316L stainless steel, Duplex or Super Duplex .