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Robust sensors enable water management with safety and savings factor

Apr 23 2018 Read 424 Times

Continuous measurement of current water levels is crucial for safeguarding one of our most vital resources: water. Whether it be in pumping stations, overflow basins, pipelines, rivers or canals. Efficient water management enables access to clean drinking water and, with the right measurements, also ensures safety for river navigation during high water periods.

The VEGAPULS WL 61 and WL S 6, from Vega Grieshaber KG ,are robust sensors, perfect for use in the water and wastewater sectors. Capable of operating in a wide temperature range of -40° C to +80° C, they are completely unaffected by ambient conditions such as extreme temperatures, solar radiation or snow storms. They can also withstand pressures of up to 2 bar without difficulty. The housings of high resistance plastic with protection class IP 68 also help ensure maintenance-free operation.

Due to the sharp focus of their radar signals, VEGAPULS WL 61 and WL S 61 are still capable of taking reliable and accurate measurements even in cases where special application situations become real challenges such as, limited space or heavy buildup on shaft walls. Even in situations with turbulent water surfaces or foam formation caused by detergent residues, the pump control system is guaranteed to work perfectly

The functional housing design and the simple yet manifold mounting options of the VEGAPULS WL series ensure safety as well as the promised "savings factor"

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