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Hygienic point level detection

31 October 2014

Endress+Hauser’s new point level switch is perfect for use in storage tanks, vessels and pipes in the food & beverage industry.

With EHEDG and 3-A certification, the Liquiphant FTL33 ensures compliance with the strictest hygiene standards without compromising on reliability.

Suitable for breweries, dairies and many other areas where products are made, processed or packed, the FTL33 can be used for process temperatures up to 150°C, making easy and fast cleaning possible through CIP or SIP. IP69K protection also ensures suitability for environments with demanding cleaning regimes.

Established in 1983, the Liquiphant range is proven in use in millions of applications for minimum or maximum level detection. It offers safety and durability even in difficult applications with changing media properties, build-up, external vibrations or fluctuating temperatures. The Liquiphant is a true ‘plug and play’ device, with no need for calibration or adjustment.

As the smallest vibronic sensor available on the market, installation of the FTL33 is easy, even in the tightest of spaces. 

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