Fluid Controls Ltd is one of the UK’s leading distributors for pressure control

Level Transmitters

Fluid Controls can supply a complete range of Bürkert Level Transmitters. Their superior range of level transmitters are designed for continuous level measurement in open or closed vessels. They are suitable for liquids, but also for solids, in virtually all industries, particularly in water and waste water management.

Type 8176 – Ultrasonic Level Transmitter

The Type 8176 is a non-contact ultrasonic level transmitter, designed for continuous level measurement in open or closed vessels. The unit is suitable for liquids, but also for solids, in virtually all industries, particularly in water and waste water management.

Type 8175 – Ultrasonic Level Transmitter

The Type 8175 is a non-contact filling level transmitter, designed for liquid level or volume measurement in open or closed vessels. The unit is also suitable for limited use with solids (depending on angle). The unit with the 2 relay option makes it possible to provide alarm messages and to automatically carry out filling and draining procedures.

The device is available in different models: compact transmitter with integrated ultrasonic sensor and remote transmitter, for panel- or wall-mounting, for connection to the Bürkert 8170 sensor.

Call us on +44(0)118 970 2060 or email fluid@fluidcontrols.co.uk for more information.

Type 8176 - Ultrasonic Level Transmitter

Type 8176 – Ultrasonic Level Transmitter

The Type 8176 is a non-contact ultrasonic level transmitter, designed for continuous level measurement in open or closed vessels. The unit is suitable for liquids, but also for solids, in virtually all industries, particularly in water and waste water management.
Burkert Type 8175

Type 8175 – Ultrasonic Level Transmitter

The Type 8175 is a non-contact filling level transmitter, designed for liquid level or volume measurement in open or closed vessels. The unit is also suitable for limited use with solids (depending on angle). The unit with the 2 relay option makes it possible to provide alarm messages and to automatically carry out filling and draining procedures. The device is available in different models: Compact transmitter with integrated ultrasonic sensor....

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