Yes, various diahragm materials and switch kits are available and can be delivered to any Australian capital city over night.
Yes, we have overcome this problem on salt processing plants by
epoxy coating the housing.
Yes, it has sensitivity adjustment to suit various applications.
Yes, they can be fitted to a diameter down to 1 metre without special fittings.
Yes, the diaphragm can be facing in any direction in a bin,
conveyor transfer chute, drop chute or screw conveyor lid.
We have had success on sewerage sludge, mining slurry and grape residue
vats, because it is a non intrusive sensor and does not collect rubbish.
They are used as low level switches on 70 tonne cement silos,
this is possible because of the strength of the integrally cast housing
behind the diaphragm which limits the travel of the switch arm and protects the
No, it is a 2 wire switching device in a rugged housing with a 20 mm
No, most Engineers are pleasantly surprised at the low unit cost and
the savings on a 2 wire system in standard cable, this enables them
to fit more control and sensing points into their budget.
We have included a full PDF version of technical information available on the website. The Link is provided here: A&M Controls PDF
Different diaphragm materials can be fitted to suit various applications
from -10 to 210 degrees C.
Yes the housing is IP65.
The micro switch has common, normally open and normally closed
connections (SPDT) which will operate on any control voltage up to
240 VAC / VDC switching 2 amps.