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Level Indicators

XL - XL/T

VERTICAL LEVEL GAUGES WITH METAL CASING
VERTICAL LEVEL GAUGES WITH METAL CASING WITH THERMOMETER

XL - XL/T - immagine

Thermoplastic level gauges made from transparent polyamide which provides good mechanical resistance and is impervious to mineral oil, gasoline, lubricants, petroleum, solvents and most chemical agents. (please refer to technnicaltable N.1 page 58).
Avoid contact with alcohol based solutions and antifreeze liquids at high temperatures and hot water over 80°C.
Max working temperature 100°C (test made up to 1 bar= 15 psi )
External protection is provided by a pressed steel casing with black painted finish; also available in version VL with side openings to allow visibility from both sides.
These level gauges are used in oil and fuel tanks of many types , due to their ability to remain clear in the majority of the conditions; the transparent body of the level gauge retains it’s transparency under most climatic conditions.
The body of the level gauge is made by ultrasonically welding two halves together to ensure a leak free seal around the body. Inside is fitted a white screen with minimum and maximum level indication. External seal is guaranteed by o’rings and flat rubber washers on each fixing bolt.
The mounting of the level gauge can be made externally by providing 2 threaded holes M10 or M12 on 76 mm or 127 mm centre distance, tolerance +/- 0.3mm. Alternatively they can be secured internally through 2 plain holes 10.2 mm or 12.2 mm, tolerance 0 + 0.2 mm using the flanged nuts provided.
Maximum tightening torque suggested 5 Nm.

Model XLT is equipped with an internal thermometer scaled in degrees Celsius 0-100°C and Fahrenheit 50-200°F (0-80°C / 50-175F model XL/03T).
Pressure resistance: based on internal technical seal test made using hydraulic fluid at different temperatures degree has been verified the following data:
20°C- 68F = up to 145 PSI
60°C-140F = up to 116 PSI