Side-mount level switches

  • 26-Mar-2012 04:01 EDT

The LS-7 side-mount level switches from Gems are made from high-temperature Versaplast engineered plastic for applications up to 300°F. The plastic is a versatile material that is compatible with a range of challenging fluids such as oils and solvents. The compact, durable switches are CE, UL, and CUL approved, are suitable for use within methylene chloride and anti-freeze tanks, and are suited for low-coolant, low-hydraulic monitoring. Additional specifications include pressure capability to 100 psi and a float arc of 1.25 in, which is beneficial in confined spaces. Options include internal and external versions, and metric or U.S. threads.

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