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  • Kristen Modzelewski

Jerguson® Magnicator® Magnetic Level Indicator - Robust Construction Inside and Out

The Magnicator Indicator is connected to a process vessel. The chamber, or “column”, contains a sealed float with a permanent magnet assembly which rises and falls as the liquid level changes in the process vessel. The permanent magnet assembly in the float is magnetically coupled to an indicator, which is mounted externally to the gage column but completely isolated from the process liquid. Indicator flags are rotated by the float magnet assembly as it moves up and down in the chamber providing highly visible indication of where the level is inside of the vessel.

Magnetic Liquid Level Indicators are an attractive alternative to sight glasses for many applications. They provide improved visibility, reduced maintenance, and eliminate leak paths associated with sealing glass. Reducing leak paths is critical amongst many users for flammable or toxic service.

Robust Construction Inside and Out

In addition to complying with ASME B31.1 for power piping and ASME B31.3 for process piping, all Magnicator® Magnetic Level Indicators incorporate additional design and construction benefits you will not find on any comparable product:

  • Schedule 40 Chamber Construction is Standard

    • For even higher pressures, we offer Sch 80 and Sch 160 chambers. This is directly related to the strength of our patented float magnet assembly. No other magnetic level indicator can function as reliably with such robust piping.

  • Smooth Autogenous Welds

    • All standard cylindrical Magnicator floats have full penetration autogenous welds. This process produces an ultrasmooth weld, without a bead which could interfere with the float’s motion.

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