WEFTEC2016 is right around the corner and we'll be there! The largest gathering of water quality professionals will assemble at the Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, Louisiana, from September 24-28. Stop by booth #3605 and check out our level sensors and pressure transducers ideal for the water and wastewater industry. Learn more about our durable sensors, enter to win a prize, and high-five our knowledgeable staff!
We manufacture high quality, long lasting level sensors and pressure transducers for a variety of applications inside the water and wastewater industry. Examples include:
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Submersible pressure transducers offer a lot of advantages over alternative technologies. They excel in tough environments such as turbulence, foam, and hazardous areas. Our PT-500 family features built-in lightning protection, Class 1 Div 1 certification, and field-adjustable zero.
Kari float switches are the most durable on the market, commonly lasting well over 10 years. In addition, they can have up to 4 switch points in a single float. This reduces the change of tangled floats, and makes back up pump control much easier and less expensive.
APG's top-of-the-line ultrasonic sensors give you the best of both worlds - easy and fast installation, and full programmability for when the default settings just won't suffice. Our superior quality means a longer lifespan and better performance across the board.
Our feature-packed digital pressure gauges are perfect for vital pressure measurements such as reverse osmosis and pump monitoring. Standard features include tare, peak hold, min/max, custom units of measure, and a bar graph readout.
Our pressure transmitters are built for lasting performance in heavy duty applications. So they're right at home in the water and wastewater industry where corrosion and water hammer are constant threats.
Float level transmitters are ideal for high turbulence level monitoring. Unaffected by temperature swing, they fit the bill when extreme conditions make it difficult for other sensors.