TAURUS H05

Level switch with three free-hanging chambers and variable trim optimal for heavy-duty applications, for level control in sewage and industrial installations, and for sewage lifting stations.
Unlike conventional floats that float on the water surface, the TAURUS thanks to its special construction with integrated counterweight remains underwater. Used in couple with another of the same type, it allows the minimum and maximum levels to be adjusted.
It is also possible to use a third and a fourth regulator for the minimum and maximum alarm respectively.
The TAURUS is available with two cable lengths: 10 and 20m.

Key Features

Brand TECNOPLASTIC
Cable H05 RN-F 3x1 diam. 7,5mm
Casing Polypropylene
Funtion Emptying and refilling
Certification TUV Rheinland
 

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