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Applications Tanks
Features Non contact
Accuracy (±%) ± 5 mm (0.2 in)
 
 
 

Guided level transmitter type 2291 using GWR (guided wave radar) can read accurately when other non-contacting or invasive methods fail.

The radar signal is sent down the probe assembly eliminating the interferences caused by low dielectric liquids, heavy fuming, slightly conductive foams, internal tank obstructions, etc. By focusing its energy along the probe, the type 2291 can be installed in tanks with limited space.

The type 2291 is also less sensitive to turbulence that would normally upset the readings in ultrasonic and unguided radar technologies.

Applications

  • General: challenging tank applications where other non-contacting principles fail, eg ultrasonic or unguided radar
  • Chemical process industry: storage of solvents, chlorine or ammonia, level detection in reaction vessels or buffer tanks
  • Water treatment: pumping stations, sludge handling, drain level monitoring, drinking water conditioning vessels

Advantages

  • Coated probes available in FEP, PFA or PP
  • Stainless steel rods and rope
  • Guided wave radar (GWR)
  • ATEX and IECEx options
  • Large graphical LCD display
  • 2-wire transmitter

Fields of application

  • Liquids which tend to foam, eg in acid neutralization
  • For most non-coating liquids, including flammable and fuming fluids
  • Suitable for hydrocarbons, acids and aggressive media

Standards

  • CE
  • FCC
  • IECEx
  • ATEX
  • RoHS compliant


Guided level transmitter type 2291 using GWR (guided wave radar) can read accurately when other non-contacting or invasive methods fail.

The radar signal is sent down the probe assembly eliminating the interferences caused by low dielectric liquids, heavy fuming, slightly conductive foams, internal tank obstructions, etc. By focusing its energy along the probe, the type 2291 can be installed in tanks with limited space.

The type 2291 is also less sensitive to turbulence that would normally upset the readings in ultrasonic and unguided radar technologies.

Applications

  • General: challenging tank applications where other non-contacting principles fail, eg ultrasonic or unguided radar
  • Chemical process industry: storage of solvents, chlorine or ammonia, level detection in reaction vessels or buffer tanks
  • Water treatment: pumping stations, sludge handling, drain level monitoring, drinking water conditioning vessels

Advantages

  • Coated probes available in FEP, PFA or PP
  • Stainless steel rods and rope
  • Guided wave radar (GWR)
  • ATEX and IECEx options
  • Large graphical LCD display
  • 2-wire transmitter

Fields of application

  • Liquids which tend to foam, eg in acid neutralization
  • For most non-coating liquids, including flammable and fuming fluids
  • Suitable for hydrocarbons, acids and aggressive media

Standards

  • CE
  • FCC
  • IECEx
  • ATEX
  • RoHS compliant


 
 
 
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    2291 EX-types Contacting Radar flyer
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  • 2291 EX-types Contacting Radar instructions
    2291 EX-types Contacting Radar instructions
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