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Level-Trac water level indicator

The Level-Trac water level indication product line is designed to satisfy the requirements of ASME Section I for “Independent Remote Water Level Indicators.” The underlying principle is the difference between the conductivity of water and the resistance of steam. Level-Trac water level indicator systems are typically comprised of three major components, a probe manifold or water column, a control unit, and a remote display. Level-Trac probe manifolds are built to last, featuring robust construction to perform in the rigorous environment adjacent to steam generation equipment. The basic designs are defined by the type of electrode/probe used, and are categorized by design pressure. Level-Trac Control units are custom configured, at the factory, to user requirements. Each unit is tested for full functionality. Program features are also field selectable. The Level-Trac remote displays are designed to be mounted on a panel, and utilize serial communication to reduce the wiring requirements, and offer flexibility in transmission from hard wired with power from the Control Unit, to fiber optic cable with local power.We, at Questtec Solutions pride ourselves on offering the most flexible, reliable and thoroughly tested product line available.

American Made probe manifold per ASME PG-60 Section 1

• Max 1000 PSI
• SA-105 Extruded Chamber
• Horizontal Probe Mounting
• Probe Spacing per Customer’s Requirements
• Optional Connections for Reading Sight Glass
• Type 800, TFE Insulated Probe
• Piping Connections to Meet Customer Specifications

Level-Trac LT-500 low pressure probe manifold

Liquid level measurement

• Max 2000 PSI
• Extruded A-105 Column
• Probe Spacing per Customer’s Requirements
• Optional Connections for Direct Sight Glass
• Piping Connections to Meet Customer Specifications
• Type 810, Zirconia Insulated Probe
• Piping Connections to Meet Customer Specifications

Level-Trac LT-501 medium pressure probe manifold

 

 

 

• Max 3000 PSI
• 2” Schedule 160, A-106B Chamber
• Level-Lock Fittings that Ensuring Full Penetration Welds
• Probe Spacing per Customer Requirements
• Optional Connections for Direct Sight Glass
• Type 820 Probes
• Piping Connections to Meet Customer Specifications

 

Level-Tac LT-502 medium pressure probe manifold

Liquid level measurement steam drum and pressure vessels. Water indicator for alarms and trips

• LT-40-01: One Type 800, TFE insulated probe, rated to 1000 PSI
• LT-40-02: Two Type 800, TFE insulated probes, rated to 1000 PSI
• LT-41-01: One Type 801, Zirconia insulated, brazed probe, rated to 2000 PSI
• LT-41-02: Two Type 801, Zirconia insulated, brazed probes, rated to 2000 PSI

Level-Tac LT-40/LT41 point level switch

Remote level indication system - Alarm or trip device

• Six Discrete Channels
• Six Field Assignable Auxiliary Relays
• Two Independent Power Supply Units
• Probe Cable Fault Monitoring
• No Maintenance or Routine Testing
• Fault Detection

Level-Tac LT-310 electronic control unit

• One to Twelve Probe Channels
• 4-20mA Output Signal
• Field Programmable Alarm and Trip Points
• Voting Logic for Trips
• Serial Remote Display Signal
• Sequence Fault Detection
• Single Power Supply

Level-Tac LT-210 electronic control unit

• One to Fourteen Probe Channels
• 4-20mA Output Signal
• Field Programmable Alarm and Trip Points
• Voting Logic for Trips
• Serial Remote Display Signal
• Sequence Fault Detection
• Dual Power Supply

Level-Tac LT-220 electronic control unit

• 2 Channels
• Independent Relay Modules
• Alarm Contacts (2 Sets per channel)
• Optional LED Indicator

Level-Tac LT-120 electronic control unit

• 2 or 4 Channels
• Independent Relay Modules
• Alarm Contacts (2 Sets per channel)
• Optional LED Indicator

Level-Trac LT-140 electronic control unit

Get In touch

(949) 218-0026

available from 08:00 – 4:30

Address 841 E Wilmington Ave, Salt Lake City, Utah 84106

Email sales@southcoastiandc.com

SALES@SOUTHCOASTIANDC.COM (949) 218-0026

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