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Hayward sensors are liquid level sensors used to continuously measure and report the amount of media within a container or other storage space. Part of Hayward's line of “plug and play” Instrumentation Products and Solutions, the HLS Series and TLU Series sensors are engineered for use in systems and work applications that require high end monitoring, precision and reliable control. These Hayward® sensors are used in and ideal for scenarios where knowing the immediate status of an ingredient, process fluid or product material is vital to work flow, overall safety, quality control and final result. These sensors can serve an integral role in smooth, repeatable, high quality operations and outcomes. They are designed for complete submersion in the application fluid and can be positioned at full bottom or suspended at any level within the media. Note, they are not designed to measure liquid beneath the level of the sensor, only the liquid above the sensor position. Hayward sensors are often used in batch productions, chemical metering, purification and product manufacturing. Common applications for the Hayward sensor include aquatics and animal life support, chemical processing and handling, cooling towers, food and beverage scenarios, irrigation, marine and maritime, mining operations, plating and surfacing, storage tanks, dosing tanks and waste water treatment.
Maximum working temperatures for Hayward® sensors vary by housing material. Sensors made from CPVC are rated for temperatures up to 140°F and not beneath 30°F. Sensors made from PP are rated up to 170°F, and sensors made from PVDF are rated up to 195°F.
Sensors are intended for use in liquid media applications only. They should not be used for air or gas type services. Use of this product in air or gas service may cause damage or harm to product, property or person. When installing Hayward sensors and to ensure proper use, avoid placing sensors along bottom surfaces where sediment, sludge or other undissolved materials may accumulate and affect the sensor's ability to provide accurate readings.
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