Endress+Hauser Canada Ltd. never ceases in its efforts to come up with new, more innovative test and measurement instrumentation – like the Waterpilot FMX11 hydrostatic level probe. This unique device is the probe of choice for freshwater applications all over the environmental industrial landscape. Among the many key advantages of this unit are its compact size, its high accuracy, its reliability, its robust construction, and its simplicity of specification, purchase, and installation.
For wells, tanks, lakes, rivers
Building on the proven advantages of hydrostatic level measurement of freshwater sources in the environmental sector, the Waterpilot FMX11 is extremely easy for users to install and to maintain. The device offers accuracy of up to plus or minus 0.35 per cent, as well as high reliability at an attractive price point, and the robust construction results in a long operational lifespan.
This hydrostatic level probe is very well suited for many freshwater applications, including wells, storage tanks, lakes, and rivers. The Waterpilot FMX11 can conduct surface monitoring in both lakes and rivers, in addition to level monitoring for production of drinking water for such settings as water towers, dams, gauging stations. Measuring only 22 millimetres in diameter, this instrument has a compact size that makes it a perfect fit for task in small-diameter stilling wells and bore holes.
The Waterpilot FMX11 hydrostatic level probe has earned such drinking-water certificates as NSF-61, ACS, KTW, and DVGW, and it complies with regional regulatory requirements too. It is easy to integrate into new or existing systems with its 4-20-mA output: the user simply has to wire it into an input or output and then set the required span in the control system. Customers can order this device with flexible measuring ranges and cable lengths of up to 30 metres.
A global leader in measurement instrumentation, services, and solutions for industrial process engineering, The Endress+Hauser Group supplies sensors, instruments, systems, and services for level, flow, pressure, and temperature measurement, as well as analytics and data acquisition. The company in Europe employs more than 14,000 workers all over the world.
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