- Process industry
- Prevention of filling a tank with air/monitoring a tanker at a minimum level.
- To prevent a tank from being filled with air, a tanker is monitored to ensure that its fill level does not fall below a minimum level when it is being unloaded. As soon as the throughput of the pump decreases, the pump is switched off by means of the underload monitoring function of the load monitor.
- - More reliable solution than level switch, as fluids in the tanker can slosh around too much
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