STRONGSVILLE, Ohio, June 11 /PRNewswire/ -- A new high pressure float design for its liquid level indicators has been announced by Clark-Reliance Corporation. The new high pressure floats are for use in Jerguson® Magnicator® II Magnetic Liquid Level gages. The float features a unique multi-spherical design that withstands pressures up to 3500 psi (241 bar) while delivering a highly focused magnetic field, which is key to reliable level indication and transmission. A non-pressurized titanium design makes these floats safer than pressurized versions for applications where mid to high-pressures coupled with low product densities previously posed a challenge.
The new float can accommodate specific gravities as low as 0.5 and temperatures up to 600 degrees F (315 degrees C). Segmented designs reduce ground clearance under the indicator column, making installation easier and more economical.
The new high pressure floats are for use with Jerguson Magnicator® II Magnetic Liquid Level Products. Because of their unique patented design, Magnicator II floats provide the strongest magnetic field of any magnetic indicator. This uniquely strong and focused field activates indicator flags, switches and transmitters with a reliability and certainty not found in other magnetic level gages.
The Clark-Reliance Corporation is a world leader in boiler level and control. The company's well-known brands constitute the broadest line of level instrumentation for boilers: Jerguson® liquid level gages and valves, Jacoby-Tarbox® sight flow indicators, Reliance® boiler level controls, Magne-Sonics® level measurement and control products and Clark Steam Specialties. Additionally, Clark-Reliance manufacturers Anderson® Separators, HYCOA transfer valves, filters and strainers, National Filtration Systems® engineered fuel gas filtration / separation systems and HYCOA custom hydraulic power units, hydraulic fitting devices, and metered lubrication system.
Clark-Reliance is celebrating over 125 years of boiler knowledge this year, as its roots go back to the Reliance Gauge Column Company founded in 1884.
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SOURCE Clark-Reliance Corporation