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Gill sensors & controls will be exhibiting at Ocean business 2017 all this week. Trevor Pearson from Gill sensors & controls will be at stand V8 showcasing the 7014 Blackwater Level Sensor, 4150 Marine Level Sensor and the 4212 Condition Monitoring Sensor.
7014 Blackwater Level Sensor
The 7014 Blackwater liquid level holding tank sensor has been designed for all applications where consistently reliable and maintenance-free measurement of Black and Grey water is needed. Tank profiling software provides compensation for irregular tank shapes and multiple output options, including NMEA2000, offering compatibility for the widest range of installations.
The Blackwater holding tank sensor has a probe element which goes into the tank and is robust and tough enough to tolerate the significant forces that are caused by sloshing of the contents in rough seas. Its capacitive level sensor measurement is a solid-state technology that does not have any moving parts.
The sensor consists of a smooth, non-stick probe without any holes for fluid flow in it, preventing being clogged or jammed by solids that can prevent operation. The sensor’s outputs have been configured so that it can be used with existing gauges and system display screens.
4150 Marine Level Sensor
A capacitive liquid level sensor with marine standard NMEA 2000 compatibility suitable for in and off shore, large leisure, hovercraft and other commercial boats.
Our Marine Liquid Level Sensors feature solid-state technology and are manufactured from marine grade 316 stainless steel, providing excellent long-term reliability in a variety of fluid types.
Offering real-time, continuous level tank monitoring and compliant to NMEA 2000 outputs for ‘plug and play’ compatibility, the sensors offer easy installation, low maintenance and high accuracy measurement.
4212 Condition Monitoring Sensor
The Gill Industrial Oil Condition Monitoring Sensor features the same measurement options as the Standard Condition Monitoring Sensor, with an alternative local indication display. The local LED display provides a simple red, amber and green light indication of the status of the condition of the machine.
Fine and coarse particle contamination is a major cause of breakdowns in hydraulic and lubrication oil systems; therefore continuous real-time oil debris monitoring plays a crucial role in developing a predictive maintenance strategy.
The industrial oil condition monitoring sensor has been developed to assist the plant or automotive engineer to improve the reliability of their equipment. By continuously monitoring the most common causes of gearbox and transmission failure, the sensor provides early indications of a potential problem allowing for planned investigation and remedial action to be implemented before catastrophic failure occurs.
The oil debris condition sensor offers 4 types of measurement outputs and with no specialist knowledge required to analyse the outputs, the sensor offers a low cost of ownership. It allows the end user to identify and thereby eliminate an unplanned breakdown; the condition monitoring sensor gives a quick and positive return-on-investment.