WIKA WMI Magnetic Level Indicator

WIKA WMI series magnetic level indicators are used for visual indication of liquid levels. The design is based on a float containing a magnet assembly operating in a chamber that connects directly to the process to be measured. As the liquid level increases and decreases in the chamber, the float rises and falls with the liquid level. All floats are designed specifically for each application. Magnet assemblies contained in the floats provide maximum strength balanced with minimum weight in an effort to reduce float and chamber size and length. The bargraph assembly provides accurate, dependable visual level indication.

WMI indicator chambers are constructed out of nonmagnetic materials, most commonly stainless steel. All steel chambers are designed and constructed in accordance with ASME B31.1, B31.3, or to meet NACE if required. Level Gauge Chambers are built per end user’s specifications to fit existing process connections or for new construction.

Key Specifications

  • Mount horizontally (side connection to tank) or vertically (on top of or below the tank)
  • Bargraph assembly provides accurate, dependable visual level at distances to 200 feet
  • Process temperatures from -320° to 1000°F, pressures from full vacuum to 5000 PSI, specific gravities as low as 0.35
  • Standard measuring ranges from 6 inches to 20 feet
  • Variety of output options: Magnetostrictive or reed chain transmitters, dry contact or reed switches, built-in thermocouple or RTD

Specifications, Manuals, and Supporting Literature

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