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The GEMS Solutions for 'Closed-Loading' Safety 6 Pollution Control.

With shipboard safety and pollution control of major concern, new federal regulations call for systems to provide this protection. As a leading supplier of intrinsically-safe liquid level sensors, GEMS can provide the solutions to many of today's 'closed- loading' problems. 1 2 0 3 4

Safe, accurate, continuous tank level indication.

Level readout may be from meters or from display instruments which interface with

GEMS transmitters. A GEMS "topping-off" unit may be used as a support system to provide additional operator safety. n m

Level switches for alarm or automatic system control.

Single or multi-station switches are designed for automatic level sensing requirements.

Self-Checking multi-level switch provides system integrity before loading.

Self-checking of systems may be performed before loading as required by regulations for specific cargoes. Provides high level integrity checking of sensors, lights, horns, etc. for maximum operator safety.

Contact GEMS for your closed-loading' level solutions.

Solar-powered systems for use where conventional power is not available.

Powered by sunlight or a flashlight beam. Ideal for use on shipboard or on barge applications where the use of conventional power is not practical or available. ^ fr ' ransamerica 111 Delaval

January 1, 1980


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