Safety Begins with DELTA M overfill protection for railcars, tank trucks and liquid transport vessels around the world. It’s an easy-to-use, ruggedly constructed Tank Loading Probe. Operators quickly adjust the length to their specific fill height with its fast-locking clamp. Filling operations use it in the widest variety of materials and temperatures, in hazardous areas and corrosive environments.
A: When a rising fill liquid covers the warmed probe tip it cools, signaling the presence of liquid. The sensor is a stable platinum RTD that is highly reliable, and signals a relay to trip.
A: Your TLP will operate within a very broad temperature range. The warm tip is always kept warmer than the process liquid and will function reliably between -100°F to 390°F (-70°C to 200°C).
A: Your TLP probe is 32” long overall, has height/depth grade markings on it for easy identification and a simple quickly latching clamp to adjust the height easily, even while wearing heavy gloves.
A: The TLP’s response times in different liquids will vary depending on the physical properties of the liquid material, but usually responding from one second to a few seconds.
A: Up to a certain thickness of deposit, the TLP can still function reliably when coated though it is recommended that the probe be cleaned after each use, or when coating becomes apparent. Response times will understandably be longer when coated and performance becomes impossible to accurately predict.
A: The TLP can be ordered with either an open dome easy clamp-on adjustment or a closed dome KamLok type coupling. Both are easy to use even with heavy work gloves.
A: Yes, simple to use instructions for calibration are included with your switch.
A: The electronics are rated to operate reliably from -40°F to +140°F (-40°C to +60°C), and sensor from -100°F to 390°F (-70°C to +200°C).