High Quality, Low Cost Liquid Level Sensors Customized & Shipped in 72 Hours
Liquid Level Sensor Applications
Looking for a liquid level sensor for a specific type of liquid or application? FPI Sensors offers one of the best and largest selections of standard and customizable sensors and switches. No matter what type of application or liquid you are working with, the variety of sizes, mounting options and materials that we have at our disposal will ensure that we meet any requirement you may have. We can also customize and ship our sensors to you within 72 hours!
Looking to Purchase a Sensor?
Before purchasing your liquid level switch, there are a few questions you should try to answer.
What kind of fluid will be measured?
Should the level sensor be external or can we insert it into the application in question?
Do you need the sensor to detect the level continuously or will a point sensor be adequate? (point sensing involves taking measurements at certain instances)
Can the sensor come in contact with the process fluid?
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Industries We Serve
Waste Water Treatment Equipment
Diesel Fuel /Oil tank and Transfer Systems
Chemical Processing and Storage
How We Build Our Sensors
When building our liquid level sensors, we combine liquid level and temperature sensing (options include temperature switch, thermocouple, RTD, thermistor and more) which can result in a much more efficient, reliable sensing package.
Typically, liquid level and temperature products lead to a reduction in installation costs, space savings, SKU reduction, product cost savings and more.
Interested in a custom made product? FPI Sensors can manufacture almost any type of sensor. Please contact us via our website or give us a call today for customization requests! Keep in mind that we can customize and ship your product within 72 hours!
Different Types of Sensors
When it comes to liquid level sensors with temperature sensing built in, we really offer 3 types of sensors. Our stainless steel option is for use in the most demanding applications and can operate at temperatures up to 300F and at pressures up to 750 PSI.