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​Dynatrol​® CL-10GH Liquid Level Detector
​Dynatrol​® CL-10GH Liquid Level Detector

Dynatrol CL-10GH Liquid Level Detector is the latest addition to the reliable Dynatrol line of high, intermediate and low point level detectors for liquids or slurries. It has no moving parts, floats, diaphragms or packing glands to deteriorate.  Successful applications in the Petroleum Chemical Industry include liquid hydrocarbons: (1) toluene hexane (2) ethanes (3) glycols (4) butadiene.

Pairing the new level switch with the Dynatrol EC-501A(G) Control Unit increases stability by eliminating the variances of direct input power. The versatile CL-10GH does not require field adjustments and can be mounted in any position in a vessel or piping. The Dynatrol CL-10GH Liquid Level Switch is ruggedly constructed for an extended operating-life and available in corrosion resistant coatings.

Specifications for CL-10GH Liquid Level Detector:

  • Explosion Proof: CSA NRTL/C approved for Class 1, Group D, Division 1 Class 2, Groups E, F and G
  • Pressure Rating: 3000 PSIG @ 100°F
  • Temperature Rating: 300°F (High 
  • Temperature Construction Available)
  • Pressure Connection: ¾" NPT
  • Conduit Connection: 1/2" NPT
  • Process Contact Surfaces: 316 S.S. (standard)
  • Available with 4-24mA DC Proportional Output 

Company info

3030 Maxroy Street
Houston, TX
US, 77008


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