Flow Level Pressure
Improve your fire safety with New Ultrasonic Liquid Level Indicator
Dec 16 2015 Read 656 Times
There are many elements that make up the petrochemicals and oil and gas market. From exploration and production both offshore and onshore to transmission and distribution, there are many high value, safety critical facilities which need to be well protected from fire risks. One example of the National Grid in the UK which distributes gas to 11 million customers via 26 compressor stations which then connect to 8 distribution networks and third parties. Another example are the offshore platforms which can use the Portalevel MAX to test onboard with a hot work permit.
Portalevel MAX is designed for those who want to improve their fire safety by introducing more regular testing of their fire suppression systems. Fitting into the palm of your hand, this lightweight, ultrasonic liquid level indicator is used for inspecting CO2, FM-200, Novec 1230, FE-13, FE-26, HFCs and many more. Featuring bright LEDs as well as back-lit bar graph and numerical display, Portalevel MAX offers the user 3 read-outs identifying where the contents of the fire cylinder is - within 1.5mm accuracy.
Coltraco Ultrasonics (UK) has a world-leading capability in the field of fire safety and a commitment to life and asset-safety. Coltraco Ultrasonics is a Safesite company.
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