Gems Sensor & Control Water Leak Detection Sensors

Last Updated: 01/03/2019

Gems Sensor & Control DFP25

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RM1,369

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Actuation LevelN/A
Switch OperationNormally Open (Non-Reversible)
Min. LiquidN/A
Stem MaterialN/A
Float MaterialN/A
Float DiameterN/A
Mounting SizeN/A
MountingVertical or Horizontal
Switch TypeSpring loaded
InputN/A
OutputN/A
Maximum Pressure (PSI)15
Minimum Temperature (°F)-40
Maximum Temperature (°F)176
Electrical Termination25′ Spiral Sheilded, (2) Conductor Cable
Wetted MaterialsWax Pellet, PVC

Description

DLP-1-and DLP-2 Sensors

DLP-1 & DLP-2
Designed to detect presence of liquid in sumps, attached access pipes, annular spaces, or locations requiring a small float-operated sensor. Two models to fit 1-1/2″ and 2″ standard piping.

DWP-25 sensor

DWP-25
Designed for use in the annular space of double wall fiberglass tanks to detect the presence of conductive liquid. When combined with Warrick® DMS or TA alarm panel, DWP-25 sensors can detect the presence of water or other conductive 
liquids in normally dry annular spaces.

DFP-25 sensor

DFP-25
Designed for use in the annular space of double wall fiberglass tanks to detect hydrocarbon liquids. When hydrocarbons are present, a hydrocarbon wax pellet dissolves and closes a springloaded switch to signal a leak. This sensor is not reusable after exposure to hydrocarbons.

SVP-2 sensors

SVP-2
Designed to monitor hydrocarbon vapors in wells or sumps by absorbing the vapors and triggering a switch. Should not be used where vapors are continuously present. Fits in standard 2″ pipe with cover.

DSP-2 conductivity probe

DSP-2
Utilizes conductivity probes and a reed switch based float switch to detect the presence of liquid and differentiate between hydrocarbons and water. When combined with Warrick® DMS or TA two-channel alarm panel, the DSP-2 can discriminate between water and hydrocarbon liquids causing fault condition.