Probe Sensor

Probe Sensor Introduction

High-end Probe Sensor for applications demanding high-resolution separator emulsion thickness and location detection. The Probe Sensor can be installed at an existing flange. The same sensor is also used to monitor solid levels in a separator, enabling setting off alarms when the solid levels reach a configured point in the vessel. Emulsion Watch is the best option when existing measurement technologies are failing, for example measuring emulsion layers or if non-radioactive technology is a requirement.

Sensor Features

  • A flanged connection – available in many flange sizes and probe lengths
  • Allows visualization of emulsion thickness and location and monitoring of solid levels (see Probe Sensor Applications & Services)
  • Easy to install and maintain without any moving parts
  • Without radioactive sources, safe to use and hassle-free from regulations
  • No calibration needed – The system visualizes right after powering up the system
  • For other information about the sneosr,s visit our FAQ page
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Sensor Types

Available sizes shown in table below. Click on desired configuration to proceed to quotation request or to ask details from a technician.

Select units
Size PN16 PN20 PN50 PN68 PN110 PN150
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DN100 Choose Choose Choose Choose Choose Choose
Size Class 150 Class 300 Class 400 Class 600 Class 900 Class 1500
3” Choose Choose Choose Choose Choose Choose
4” Choose Choose Choose Choose Choose Choose
Probe length
Measurement length 1 m 2 m 3 m
Free length in the
vessel / separator*
0 m 0.75 m 1.5 m

* Free length is the length of a section on the probe inside the separator where measurement is not needed.

  • Body material
    • Standard: 1.4404 (316L stainless steel)
    • Optional: Carbon steel
    • Optional: Super duplex
  • Liquid temperature
    • Standard: 0 - 90 °C
    • Optional: 0 - 185 °C
  • Additional sizes and variations may be available upon request.

Request a Probe Sensor

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