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Gill at METSTRADE 2016.

08/11/2016


 

Gill will be at METSTRADE 2016 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands from 15th to 17th November.

On stand 03.335 we will be showcasing three sensors from our range that provide real benefits to marine users.

7014 Blackwater Level Sensor

7014 Blackwater Level Sensor

7014 Blackwater Level Sensor

The first product is the Blackwater sensor which provides long-term accuracy and reliability without the need for regular cleaning and maintenance.

A completely smooth, non-stick probe without any holes or moving parts ensures it does not suffer from blockages or contamination build-up.

Suitable for Blackwater, Greywater, Salt and Freshwater, the Gill 7014 sensor also compensates for irregular tank shapes and has four output options including NMEA2000 compatibility.

 

4150 Marine Level Sensor

4150 Marine Level Sensor

4150 Marine Level Sensor

Constructed from Marine grade stainless steel, the marine level sensor can be used with water, saline, fuels and oils.

As with the Blackwater sensor, capacitive technology provides a sensor with no moving parts and a continuous measurement output, again giving reliability and accuracy.

With an NMEA2000 compliant output and either SAE 5-bolt or 1.25” BSP thread mounting included in the flange, makes it easy to incorporate the sensor into marine installations.

Finally, a temperature rating of -40°C to +125°C gives the peace of mind that the marine sensor will continue to deliver accurate measurements wherever the vessel may be in the world. 

4212 Condition Monitoring Sensor

4212 Condition Monitoring Sensor

4212 Condition Monitoring Sensor

In-board marine engines are invariably located in the most difficult to access locations in any vessel, so a sensor that can monitor the oil in an engine or gearbox and warn of problems early without having to get to the engine regularly is going to be very welcome and prevent breakdowns.

The 4212 Condition Monitoring Sensor monitors for ferrous debris particles within the lubricating oil to give the earliest warning of accelerated wear rates or component breakdown. This means that not only can you anticipate a failure before the event occurs, saving considerable time and money, but prevent you from being stranded at sea when an engine fails unexpectedly.

The sensor also provides additional warning of other major contributors to failure – water contamination of the oil, lack of oil or excessive oil temperature, all in continuous real-time outputs.

Sized to replace a standard drain plug, the 4212 sensor can help prevent expensive, unplanned breakdowns at sea.

Visit stand 03.335 or our website gillsc.com for more information on any of these innovative marine sensors.

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