ATEX Level Switches
ATEX intrinsically safe version of the standard LS-1700 level switch. Ideal for shallow tanks or restricted spaces, or for low-cost, high volume use the LS-1700(E) ATEX level switch offers broad chemical compatibility for general purpose use. Also ideal for oils and water. Principle When…Read more
ATEX intrinsically safe version of the standard LS-1750 level switch. Ideal for shallow tanks or restricted spaces, or for low-cost, high volume use. Rugged construction suitable for most corrosive liquids, and for high temperatures and pressures. All-stainless steel material of…Read more
ATEX intrinsically safe version of the standard LS-1800 level switch. Excellent stability for general use in oils and water. With large float displacement, switch withstands rough service; suitable for high viscosity liquids. Intermediate in size, LS-1800 switches provide long life…Read more
ATEX intrinsically safe version of the standard LS-1900 level switch. Excellent stability for general use in oils and water with large float displacement, the LS-1900(E) ATEX level switch withstands rough service; suitable for high viscosity liquids. Intermediate in size. Principle When the magnetic…Read more
ATEX intrinsically safe level switch, all stainless steel construction. Also available in a FM/CSA approved explosion proof version (LS-2050). These units solve the problem of point level sensing in tanks with inaccessible tops or bottoms, or at intermediate locations in…Read more
ATEX intrinsically safe level switch, also available in CSA explosion proof version. These units solve the problem of point level sensing in tanks with inaccessible tops or bottoms, or at intermediate locations in larger tanks. Operation is positive and dependable. The…Read more
ATEX approved industrial/marine type level switches with explosion proof enclosures. Large size, rugged and reliable, these level switches are designed for the demands of industrial and marine applications. Available with many options including different float types, stem lengths and connection types;…Read more
ATEX certified vibrating fork type level switch with explosion proof enclosure. The SC 1740/1741 ATEX certified vibrating fork level switch operates by using two piezoelectric elements built in to a vibration tube. The first piezoelectric element is triggered by pulse signal that…Read more
This is the ATEX approved version of the standard LS-1950-(E). For high performance applications, these models provide high temperature and pressure capabilities. Materials of construction comply with FDA food contact regulations. Exceptionally accurate and rugged for higher temperatures and in…Read more
About our ATEX Level Switches
ATEX level switches offer all of the functionality of conventional level switches, with the added design specification of suitability in potentially explosive environments. Level switches are a vital component for process control in fluidics, and are typically used to measure single or multiple levels within a chamber.
Our ATEX certified switches comply with the 1996 regulations directed at all machines, apparatus and control components that are capable of causing an explosion or are used in the processing of a potentially explosive material. The range is based on our conventional switches, which have been modified and rigorously tested for intrinsic safety in hazardous atmospheres.
You can identify which ATEX level switch you need by browsing through our product range above, or by getting in touch with a member of our specialist team.
Typically, ATEX-approved level switches are used in industries such as petrochemical, pharmaceutical, landfill and sewage treatment sites.
In compliance with the 1996 regulations, ATEX level switches are used in all machines, apparatus and control components that carry the potential risk of causing an explosion. They are also used in machinery involved in processing potentially explosive materials.
Both types of level switch offer the same kind of functionality, but ATEX level switches are specifically aimed at machinery involved in potentially explosive environments.