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A12 to A20 ATEX Tank Sensor family
A12 to A20 ATEX Tank Sensor family
ATEX SENSORS

This range of Hydrostatic sensors is suitable for ATEX applications such as Kerosene and Petroleum

Tanks using these sensors must be vented to atmosphere. ATEX EexiaIIcT4 Rated & IECEx

(For non vented tanks see D11 and DPE5 probes)

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A12 A12 Tank Sensor ATEX Certified 0-3 Meters WC 4-20 mA
£322.40
A14 A14 Tank Sensor ATEX Certified 0-5 Meters WC 4-20 mA
£322.40
A16 A16 Tank Sensor ATEX Certified 0-10 Meters WC 4-20 mA
£348.40
A18 A18 Tank Sensor ATEX Certified 0-20 meters WC 4-20 mA
£369.20
A20 A20 Tank Sensor ATEX Certified 0-30 Meters WC 4-20 mA
£390.00
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Specification

These tank sensors operate from 9 to 28 volts dc and provide a linear 4-20 milliamp output proportional to the sensor range. The sensor face is ceramic, and the elastomer seal is FKM

There are a number of options here.

 

A12 is a 0-3 meter Tank sensor with 10 meters Cable. ATEX certified.

A14 is a 0-5 meter Tank sensor with 10 meters Cable, ATEX certified.

A16 is a 0-10 meter Tank sensor with 10 meters Cable, ATEX certified.

A18 is a 0-20 meter Tank sensor with 20 meters Cable. ATEX Certified.

A20 is a 0-30 meter Tank sensor with 30 meters Cable, ATEX Certified.

 

Note, for Tanks with Vapour recovery, see the D11 - D12 sensor family. (Choose Petrol fluid)

Application

These sensors can be used in most liquid media such as

Petrol ( vented tanks)

Kerosene

Spirits

Fuel Oils

AdBlue

Anti-Freeze

Water

Waste Water

Please call or e-mail sales@oleuk.com for a specific product request.

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FAQ

Q/   Do I need to use an ATEX sensor in a Diesel Tank (2016+)

A/   If your risk assessment results in there being a potential for 52 degrees C conditions, and a "Mist" spray of diesel then the answer is Yes.  If storage is lower than 52 Degrees C then No

 

Q/  Do I need to use an ATEX sensor in a Kerosene Tank.

A/  Kerosene has a flash point of approx 38 DEgrees C. If there is a chance the product / vapour above the product could reach 38 Degrees C then Yes. (We would suggest this is quite possible in a metal tank in the sunshine in the UK and Europe.