A tilt switch detects rising levels of powders and solids and activates an alert when the device is tilted to 15 degrees. It is commonly used for high level detection in silos, over conveyor belts, in open pits, or for plugged chute detection. These affordable level detectors are available for fixed or hanging mounting, with optional hazardous location approvals, and mercury-free compliance.
The versatile BM-T tilt switch detects high levels of heavy materials in storage vessels, alerts to plugs or clogs in chutes during process operations, or functions as a load sensor over open piles or conveyor belts.
With C/US Class II, Division I Groups E, F and G and ATEX Zone 21 hazardous location approval, the BM-TSM mercury-free tilt switch can be used for high level detection of powders and bulk solids.
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.