What is Reflex Glass Level Indicator?
Reflex Glass Level Indicators work on the principle of seeing water and steam with different brightness than reflex glass as a result of different refraction of light in liquid and gas phases. The liquid fluid appears dark due to the absorption of light, and the vapor appears bright due to the reflection of the light. In this type of level indicators, the separation surface between the two liquids cannot be observed due to the product. It consists of a tube or tube made of a transparent material, such as glass or acrylic, mounted vertically on the side of the container. The liquid level is indicated by the position of the liquid in the tube, which can be seen through the transparent material.
Where is Reflex Glass Level Indicator Used?
Reflex glass level gauges are widely used in a variety of applications such as industrial processes, chemical storage and water treatment. They are preferred over other level indicators as they provide a clear, accurate and easy-to-read display of the liquid level. They also require relatively low maintenance and can be used in a wide range of temperature and pressure conditions.
Reflex glass level gauges are usually calibrated to show the level of liquid in the container by volume or weight. They can be used to continuously monitor the level of the liquid or to trigger an alarm or shut down the system if the level falls outside a predetermined range.
- Body: GGG-25 Cast Iron
- Connection: DN20 PN16 Flanged
- Max. Operating pressure: 16 Bar (PN40 Optional)
- Max. Operating Temperature: 250 °C
Scope of Application
- All steam boilers
- Filling and dumping containers
- Fuel containers
- Chemical Industry
- Tanks used for oil and petroleum products
- All containers, open or closed