High Temperature Float Switches and Their Benefits
High-Temperature Float Switches and Their Benefits
Here, at Liquid Level, we take great pride in delivering top quality float switches and liquid level sensors that are custom configured to meet your specific requirements. If the standard horizontal or vertical switches don’t work for your applications, you can browse through our collection of specialty float switches that may get the job done for you.
In this blog post, we’ll be taking a look at high-temperature float sensors and some of their many performance benefits.
High-Temperature Float Sensors
High-temperature float sensors come in handy in instances where the maximum temperature of your industrial applications exceeds 300 degrees F. These float sensors come with ‘special’ high-temperature design considerations and can easily withstand temperatures of up to 500 degrees F.
They are used in a variety of applications including steam applications, hot oil applications, lubrication, and much more. Moreover, they’re known to offer consistently reliable switch points in other extreme types of applications as well.
How They Work
This float switch comes with a built-in magnetic field that’s known to activate the reliable switch as the float crosses the high-temperature internal switch. It’s also worth noting that these types of switches can be mounted on the side, on top or the bottom of the tank.
- Their high-temperature design is extremely reliable, and they’re designed to a 1/16-inch repeatable accuracy and 1/8-inch tolerance.
- They’re made with durable stainless steel and they’re quite flexible, which means they can easily meet your application requirement.
- They’re available in a variety of options and features, including but not limited to temperature switch as well as built-in temperature sensors.
- They’re surprisingly affordable and a great option for demanding OEM applications.
If you’re looking for specialty level sensors, take a look at our website. We provide custom float switches that can be designed to meet your operation requirements as well as your exact specifications.