Tank level monitoring comes in all shapes and sizes. Pulsar offers a wide range of transducers that range from 0-40 m (0 - 131.2 ft), as well as accompanying controllers that all have a range of pre-programmed tank shapes and the possibility to create your own.
Non-contacting tank level monitoring can offer some serious advantages, especially when looking at Ferric dosing tanks, for many health and safety reasons. This means staff doesn't have to put themselves at risk by climbing to the top of a tank for an indication of level.
Pulsar has a range of technologies that are suitable for this application. Using Pulsar radar technology it is possible to view the level from outside a plastic tank, preventing spillage and giving accurate indications for re-filling and stock levels. Ultrasonic works in the same way, however, the transducer face is usually mounted inside the tank and is able to zone in on the true level, ignoring all other competing echoes.
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