A probe properly selected for an application will result in flawless operation, long term productivity and dependable safety for which an admittance type level limit switching device is installed.
Specially in fly-ash applications, it is simply over-looked how the probe will be installed and how the material will behave when the process starts. Proper probe and pertinent sensing electronics selection is the most vital part to begin with. A wrong step in this will cause erratic malfunction and fortification of common belief that:
“level instruments fail in fly-ash application, regardless of its make”
…without investigating where things possibly go wrong.
Following is an example of worst case mounting orientation due to space constraints, showing how lack of customization results in failures with familiar failure patterns and how Sapcon combats this.