Rotaries are a common point level indicator used for high-, mid- and low-level material detection in bins, tanks, and silos. Rotaries are wired to a horn, alarm or light panel to send an alert when material reaches the desired level. BinMaster's standard and fail-safe rotaries can be fit with a wide assortment of paddles and mounting plates, plus a compact mini-rotary is offered for constrained spaces. Extended rotaries for top mounting applications for high level detection, extensions for side mounting through thick bin walls, and stainless steel process connections for corrosive material ensure BinMaster has the right rotary for challenging applications.
The BMRX rotary paddle bin level indicator alerts operators when bins are full without the rigors and risks associated with climbing and continuously checking bin levels.
The MAXIMA+ is BinMaster’s most advanced rotary level indicator featuring a complete fail-safe system that alerts to the loss of power, failure of the motor, or failure of the electronics.
The economical and compact mini-rotary is designed for controlling material levels in smaller bins and hoppers where other types of equipment simply won't fit.
Quick Disconnect is specially designed to replace hard wiring, making it quick, easy, and affordable to install and remove sensors for cleaning, maintenance, repair, or replacement.
Vertical rotary extensions allow users to set top-mounted roataries to specific headroom requirement up to 144 inches.
The horizontal rotary extension allows users to install a rotary on the side of a bin wall, such as those in concrete silos, up to 12” thick.
BinMaster’s optional stainless steel process connection—for BMRX or MAXIMA+ rotaries—features a fully stainless steel design to work in corrosive applications.
This optional heat tube is used to distance a rotary unit's electronics away from a heat source when the external temperature outside the bin exceeds 140°F (60°C).
Consolidating information at a convenient centralized location, the point level alarm panel is capable of monitoring and alerting to high and low status for two to 12 separate vessels.
A flexible rotary shaft extension is used to detect high levels in bins containing rock, aggregates, coal, ores, or other lump materials.
Single and double-blade collapsible rotary paddles offer a unique solution that allows installation without the need to enter a bin.
The adjustable top mount rotary features an adjustable coupling that can be moved up and down the length of the shaft to accommodate differing materials levels in the bin or silo.