Emerson announces new range of
Mobrey® magnetic level gauges.
Emerson¹s low cost alternative to secondary ultrasonic or
radar instruments provides measurement continuity in
aggressive environments.
Emerson Process Management has announced a new range of
Mobrey® magnetic level gauges for the process industries.
Based on proven magnetic float technology, the robust Mobrey
gauges provide reliable level measurement of all liquids - including
aggressive or toxic - without the need for an external power source.

As a result, plant engineers can continue to monitor hazardous
materials despite planned or un-planned power cuts.

Emerson¹s new level gauges, which also provide basic or
interface-level, lower-cost redundancy, have been designed for
a variety of industries including power generation, offshore,
petrochemical and food and beverage.

They can operate in temperatures from ­160 to +400° C with
pressure ratings from PN6 to PN420 (ANSI 150 to 2500). The
chamber is completely sealed so that the only moving part of the
instrument in contact with the liquid is the stainless steel or titanium
float, minimizing maintenance requirements and increasing product
life. The indicator display provides easy clear visibility without
requiring external power.

There are standard and high duty versions available in stainless
steel or PVC, PPH, PVDF and PTFE for highly corrosive processes.
A range of plug and vent/drain and flange assemblies can be
requested according to each user¹s application requirements and
standard or ATEX flame-proof mounted alarms and transmitters
can also be included.

These new level gauges add to the breadth of Mobrey level
instrumentation that features reliability and best fit for applications,
contributing to the greater than 2 percent operations improvement
made possible by PlantWeb® digital plant architecture from Emerson.
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February 2006
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