Waterline Controls™ stands apart from Warrick Controls’ liquid level switches in several key areas, but the most important is that Waterline Controls™ does not use conductivity technology to operate its sensor system.
“Warrick® Conductivity level control systems rely on the liquid level sensing capability of probes (electrodes) that are housed inside fittings designed to accommodate one or more probes. The concept is simple: take advantage of a liquid’s conductive properties to complete a circuit and cause a control relay to actuate.” according to Gems™ Sensors & Controls.
Warrick Controls makes a few different brands that we recognize, but mainly it’s Warrick Controls. Warrick Controls is the pioneer of conductivity between probes controls in this market place. They provide different conductivity level control modules of many different types of liquid environments. You will need to be technically savvy to pick the right control PCB and the right sensor for it to work for the long term.
- WARRICK® LIQUID LEVEL CONTROLLERS
- WARRICK FITTINGS AND PROBES
- WARRICK PANELS, ALARMS AND KITS
- LOW WATER CUT-OFF BOILER CONTROLS
WaterLine Controls™ provides complete kits of engineered products for the applications it sells, which included but not limited to Water Tanks, Boiler Installations, Cooling Towers, and sump controls (Pump up and Pump Down Controls), Waterline Controls™ does not use conductivity between probes as its sensing method and so the probes do not deteriorate, plate or foul from poor water quality, like a Warrick Control could.
*Disclaimer: The trade names in this page are owned by their respective companies or are the same name as the company. They are mentioned for comparison purposes only. They are in no way affiliated with System Dynamics, Inc or WaterLine Controls™.
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