Check out our Jerguson® Magnicator® Magnetic Level Indicator on a skid for monitoring, measuring, and dispatching turbo jet fuel. This was for a skid manufacturer in Peru. The gages were inverted due to limited lower clearance. The gages being inverted allows the operators to easily access the float from the top flange.
DID YOU KNOW? The Magnicator® level indicator is connected to a process vessel. The chamber, or “column,” contains a sealed float with a permanent magnet assembly which rises and falls as the liquid level changes in the process vessel.
The indicator housing is parallel to the gage column but completely isolated from process liquid. Indicator flags are rotated by the float magnet assembly as it moves up and down in the chamber.
Magnetic liquid level indicators are an attractive alternative to sight glasses for many applications. They provide improved visibility, reduced maintenance and eliminate the leak paths associated with sealing glass.