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LiquiLevel Tank Level Indicator
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£145.00 exc. VAT (inc. VAT £174.00)
- Designed for vertical tanks up to 5 metres in height
- Stainless steel mounting bracket
- Support beam measurements: 370mm (L) x 52mm (H) x 55mm (W)
- Chemical and weather resistant pulleys
- Polypropylene Ball float
- Stainless steel counterweight
- Plastic level indicator and cap
- Polyester UV resistant cord
- Guide Wire Fixing kit supplied as standard
- Made in Sweden
- 3 year guarantee
This gauge consists of a counterweight, float and level indicator all controlled by a pulley system. The float and counter weight are easily fitted into the tank and the level indicator is attached to a guide wire on the outside of the tank, simply moving up and down the wire in alignment with the level of the float inside. This gives an immediate, reliable, easy to read and accurate assessment of the content level. The LiquiLevel Tank Level Indicator can easily be fitted by anyone competent at DIY.
The 5 metre Tank Level Indicator is supplied with the Guide Wire System as standard and is suitable for all Enduratank’s vertical tank range.
Q: How easy is installation?
A: The LiquiLevel is quick and easy to install. A fixing kit is supplied with full installation instructions and a fitting template.
Q: What type of storage tank is the LiquiLevel designed for?
A: The LiquiLevel can be fitted to all new storage tanks and retro-fitted to almost any shape and size of tank.
Q: Do I have to drain the tank for installation?
A: No, but installation is easier if the tank is empty.
Q: Do I have to get inside the tank to install the LiquiLevel?
A: No, if you have an access hatch of at least 200mm diameter, then the LiquiLevel can be installed without the need to enter the tank.
Q: Can the LiquiLevel be used with Chemical Tanks?
A: Yes, but the Chemical compatibility needs to be checked with our technical team. Call us today with your requirements.
Q: Can the LiquiLevel be fitted to tanks with a sloping roof?
A: Yes, up to an angle of 40 degrees.