First you need to choose the type of gauge that you want mounted on your tank. Next, we will require specific information about your tank (see list below). The more accurate the information you provide, the more accurate your level gauge will be.
- Internal tank measurement: We need to know the thickness of the tank so that it does not cause inaccurate gauge readings.
- Entry point height: You need to tell us the height of the entry point where you plan to mount your gauge. This point will be zero on the instrument.
- S.G (specific gravity): Please inform us of the specific gravity of the liquid contained in the tank. As some liquids are heavier than others, the wrong information can cause incorrect gauge readings.
- Length of capillary: We need to know the length of capillary between the tank and the instrument. Remember, when installing your gauge, to use “sweeping curves” in the capillary of a 6″ diameter or more. This will prevent kinks in the capillary blocking the system.
Please select a tank questionnaire to suit your application from one of the three tank descriptions on this page. It is important you complete the relevant questionnaire as the shape of the tank will affect the scale of the dial.