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Global Water WL430 Vented Wastewater Level Sensor

Global Water WL430 Vented Wastewater Level Sensor

Description

The WL430's steel cage design offers reliable level measurement in high solid environments such as sewage, lift stations, storm canals, wet wells, and slurry tanks.

Features

  • Flush clog-free sensor with enhanced surge and lightning protection
  • Submersible pressure sensing element cased in a 316L SST housing
  • Vented cable for automatic barometric compensation
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The WL430's steel cage design offers reliable level measurement in high solid environments such as sewage, lift stations, storm canals, wet wells, and slurry tanks. The sensor is supplied with 40 ft of standard polyurethane shielded and vented cable. The unique cable venting system allows for barometric pressure differential compensation while keeping the elements out using a Gore-Tex filter encapsulated tip. The steel cage design gives full protection and allows sensing to sewage levels, regardless of debris/mud/sand build-up.
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Global Water WL430 Vented Wastewater Level Sensor AP0100 WL430 vented wastewater level sensor with 40 ft. cable, 23 ft. range
$1232.15
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Global Water WL430 Vented Wastewater Level Sensor AP0200 WL430 vented wastewater level sensor with 40 ft. cable, 34 ft. range
$1232.15
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Can this sensor withstand electrical surges?
The electronics of the WL430 are protected from electrical surges in accordance with FAA and NASA requirements. The sensor is also capable of withstanding lightning strikes, and comes with an exclusive lifetime warranty against them.
What is the operating temperature range of the WL430?
The wastewater level sensor can operate in temperatures from 0 degrees Fahrenheit to 200 degrees Fahrenheit.

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