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Magneostrictive liquid level probe used in gas station

Aug 07, 2023

Magneostrictive liquid level probe, which accurately measures the actual displacement value of the detected product by using the internal non-contact measurement and control technology to accurately detect the absolute position of the moving magnetic ring, the high accuracy and high reliability of the sensor have been widely used Used in thousands of practical cases. For example, the automobile oil in the petroleum industry is closely related to us. When we drive, we will often encounter petrol stations when we need to refuel. Gas stations are dangerous places, and accidents can cause serious disasters. Therefore, special attention should be paid to the monitoring and monitoring measures of gas tanks in gas stations. Also, when unloading oil if the fuel tank is not equipped with a level sensor, manual oil measurement is required. There are many disadvantages of manual oil measurement. It is necessary to always check the height of the oil in the tank and it is not easy to observe. If you are not careful, there will be an oil spill problem. Once the oil spill not only affects the environment, but also prone to other emergencies.

The magnetostrictive liquid level probe can also display the oil level, water level, temperature, etc. It can calculate the oil and water volume through the tank volume meter, and the magnetostrictive liquid level probe also has high and low alarms, dynamic leak detection, and handover management and other functions. If this level gauge is installed in the gas station, it can greatly reduce the number of oil measurements and avoid the tedious work of handover. During the oil discharge process, real-time graphics can be realized indoors through the console or outdoors according to the explosion-proof electric bell prompt. For petrol stations, the data of the magnetostrictive level gauge along weith the data analysis and management in the tanker can be used to fundamentally solve the problem of leaks and increase the profitability of petrol stations.


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