Liquid level sensors
Liquid level sensors work on the principle of magnetics. The reed switch placed in the mounting tube, thanks to the use of magnetic floats, closes or opens the current circuit. All sensors are certified by the National Institute of Hygiene, so they are approved for installation with drinking water.
The sensors can be used to signal low, high, or maintain any liquid level. They are used in production processes, industrial automation or home projects. Float sensors can be made of polypropylene, PVDF or acid-resistant steel.