Bubbler Retrofit Improves Reliability PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 17 March 2014 15:46

Water/Wastewater Applications:

Resolving Maintenance and Reliability Issues in Bubbler Systems

Many bubbler systems installed in water and wastewater systems face maintenance and long term accuracy/reliability issues. Some of these systems require periodic adjustment or component replacement due to failed solenoids, variable air flow rates or clogged downpipes due to crystallization (especially wastewater with high solids content).

KING-GAGE® Purge Control level transmitters offer a highly engineered single component solution that can easily retrofit existing bubbler installations. These transmitters automatically maintain an extremely low flow continuous purge (less than 0.02 scfm) regardless of liquid depth minimizing formations in the downpipe while eliminating lag time during dynamic level changes. Bubbler operation is tamperproof since there is no external regulator or needle valve (or rotameter) – internally a fixed differential is maintained over a precision flow orifice.Bubbler retrofit advantages

Level Transmitter for Hazardous Service PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 22 August 2013 17:17

KING-GAGE® D/P Purge Controls provide continuous liquid level measurement using a simple and proven sensing technology. A regulated low volume air flow from the unit purges a length of pipe extending downward to the tank bottom. Changes in liquid depth increase or decrease the resulting internal air pressure while a differential pressure transmitter generates a 4-20 mA output directly proportional to the level in the tank.tank level transmitter

Rugged design requires no setup or air flow adjustment due to its differential pressure regulation that avoids dynamic pressure drops common to other bubblers. This ensures highly accurate level measurement and repeatability within ± 0.2% while preventing turbulence or foaming of tank liquid. Applications include water/wastewater, sulfur pits, most free flowing liquids (including slurries) and temperatures in excess of 160 °C (320 °F) as the transmitter is effectively isolated from the process by the air purge.

LevelWAV Guided Wave Level Radar PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 28 March 2013 07:56

Guided wave radarKING-GAGE® LevelWAV guided wave level transmitter provides continuous measurement suitable over a broad range of temperatures, pressures and density variations in tanks containing liquids and solids. This radar transmitter can be used in process conditions exhibiting visible vapors, foam, surface agitation, high temperature and/or pressure.

KING-GAGE LevelWAV utilizes time domain reflectometry (TDR) technology whereby pulses of microwave energy are propagated down a waveguide (probe) extending into the tank contents. Guided wave radar works exceptionally well in tanks having internal structures while providing measured level accuracy to typically within ± 0.6 inch (± 15mm). Setup is easier, simpler and more repeatable than “through air” non-contacting radar because the probe minimizes energy dispersion so that it can even measure material having a very low dielectric value.

ES2 Transmitter Boasts Robust Design PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 19 February 2013 00:00

es2splashytank-newsyarticlethumbOur KING-GAGE® ES2 Slimline transmitter embodies robust protection against a full range of environmental challenges such as extreme washdown practices, aggressive cleaning agents, and extreme humidity.

See us at Workboat 2012 PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 26 October 2012 15:43

KING-GAGE Marine Systems BOOTH 3754 at Workboat 2012 in New Orleans

Come see our latest offerings for tank level and draft monitoring for the maritime and offshore industries. KING-GAGE Marine Tank Level Systems are widely used throughout the marine industry including offshore oil/gas, passenger ferries, cargo vessels, floating drydocks, and USN service. This exhibit will include the KING-GAGE LP3 Display System, our extremely rugged D/P LiquiSeal Purge Control level transmitters and LevelWAV guided wave level radar.

KING-GAGE Marine Systems – Booth 3754

International Workboat Show 2012 (Dec 5-7)

Morial Convention Center, New Orleans LA