Vibrating Rods—also know as vibrating level switch—are a reliable point level sensor used for high and low-level indication or plugged chute detection. They can be used in light, fluffy powders and flakes with bulk densities as low as 1.25 lb/ft3. BinMaster vibrating rods feature a unique, sword-shaped probe that resists buildup and false alarms. Special models detect sediment under water and a mini vibrating rod fits in tight spaces and small hoppers.
BinMaster’s VR-21 standard vibration point level switch features a unique single-rod probe design with a sword-shaped blade to prevent material bridging and buildup.
The VR-41 rigid extended vibrating rod is intended for top mount locations in custom lengths from 13 inches up to 13 feet.
The top-mounted VR-51 flexible, extended vibrating rod detects even light, fluffy materials and comes in custom lengths from 19 inches up to 19 feet.
The VR-21 SED and VR-41 SED are vibrating rods designed to detect the level of sediment or solid material that has settled in a tank containing liquids.
The Super High Temperature (SHT) vibrating rod series is designed specifically for level detection in process temperatures up to 482°F (250°C).
The CVR-625 is a compact vibrating rod ideal for small bins, hoppers, feeders or other space-constrained applications.
The VR-31 vibrating rod for sanitary applications features a two-inch stainless steel sanitary fitting and tri-clover style clamp for easy cleaning and sanitation.
Easy to install through a 1" NPT mounting socket, the CVR-600 mini vibrating rod is idea for space-constrained applications.
The VR-90 vibrating rod can be manufactured to meet a wide range of hazardous location approvals.
Suitable for use in hazardous areas, the VF-95 detects high and low levels of dry powders and fine-grained bulk solids.
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.
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.