WEKA has specialised in recording the level of liquid media in tanks whose content cannot be monitored on a directly visual basis by the operator.
Whether on submarines, on offshore platforms, in chemistry or in research, high pressures and/or high temperatures are increasingly being worked with, as are media that are toxic or high-purity. In all cases, the opening of the containers is undesired or not possible, yet the level must be recorded securely and continuously.
For this purpose, WEKA has made use of the principle of magnetic transmission. In a float that floats on the surface or a separating layer, magnets are integrated whose position can be displayed electrically or visually. The magnets are so strong and stable that several millimetres to centimetres of distance can be bridged. This distance means large wall thicknesses of the float chambers and thus safe use in high pressures of the systems.