Level Transmitters

A level transmitter is simply an instrument that provides continuous level measurement. Level transmitters can be used to determine the level of a given liquid or bulk-solid at any given time. Here is a selection of just some of the Bürkert level transmitters that BM Engineering Supplies can offer.

Level Transmitters Types

Bürkert Type 8136

One of the leading brands for pneumatic actuators, offering a range of cost-effective solutions for the most complicated flow requirements, including diverting and multi-port flow application. The Type 8136 is a non-contact radar level transmitter for continuous level measurement. The unit is available in two versions with encapsulated horn antenna: one particularly suitable for level measurement of aggressive liquids in small vessels and the other for flow measurement in open flumes or gauge measurement in water.

Bürkert Type 8178

The Type 8178 is a non-contact ultrasonic level transmitter, designed for continuous level measurement in open or closed vessels. The unit is suitable for liquids, but also for solids, in virtually all industries, particularly in water and waste water management.

Bürkert Type 8176

The Type 8176 is a non-contact ultrasonic level transmitter, designed for continuous level measurement in open or closed vessels. The unit is suitable for liquids, but also for solids, in virtually all industries, particularly in water and waste water management.

Bürkert Type 8175

The Type 8175 is a non-contact filling level transmitter, designed for liquid level or volume measurement in open or closed vessels. The unit is also suitable for limited use with solids (depending on angle). The device is available in different models: compact transmitter, with integrated ultrasonic sensor or remote transmitter, for panel or wall mounting and connection to the Bürkert 8170 sensor.

FAQ's

Level transmitters work by providing continuous level measurement, and can be used to determine the level of a given liquid or bulk-solid at any given time. Most level transmitters are for continuous level measurement within a specified range and determine the exact amount of substance in a certain place.

Ultrasonic level transmitters are similar to non-contact radar level transmitters. However, rather than using radio waves, they use ultrasonic pulses to measure levels. The transmitter sends out a pulse, which then hits the surface of a liquid and is reflected back. Based on the time difference between the pulse and return signal, the sensor then calculates the fill level of the container your liquid is residing in.