June 1983 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News

Free Literature Offered On Armtec's Ultrasonic Liquid Level Monitoring System

Armtec Industries, Inc. of Manchester, N.H., recently announced the availability of the "Electropulse" ultrasonic liquid level system. Electropulse automatically monitors against the hazards of spillage of corrosive, explosive, or other problem liquids in both high and low level applications. Literature is available describing the system.

Typical applications of the "Electropulse" system include interstate transfer of LPG, multiunit liquid storage installations, chemical plant sump protection, and many more in both the processing and marine industries.

A typical installation consists of one or more remote transducers and control room electronics, and features digital signals that provide long-distance, two-wire transmission. The system is available in multiple, rack-mounted systems or individual modules, with either NEMA 6 submersible, or NEMA 4 watertight enclosures.

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