This section provides overview, applications, and principles of oil level gages. Also, please take a look at the list of 5 oil level gage manufacturers and their company rankings.
An oil level gauge is an instrument that checks the amount of liquid stored in a tank. Since there are certain liquids that must be kept to a specified amount depending on the liquid used, this oil level gauge is used to confirm that the liquid is within the specified amount.
Using a hydraulic excavator as an example, a hydraulic excavator requires a certain amount of hydraulic oil to drive each cylinder and motor. Therefore, the amount of hydraulic oil is controlled by using a hydraulic level gauge.
There are two main types of oil level gauges: those that can be easily checked visually and those that use sensors to detect the level and convert it into an electrical signal.
Oil level gauges are used in various industrial machines with oil tanks, such as hydraulic equipment, and are also called oil gauges or oil level gauges. They are also called oil gauges or oil level gauges. They are used in a wide variety of products because they make it easy to check whether the oil in the tanks of hydraulic equipment is at the proper level. Examples include hydraulic excavators, forklifts, hydraulic units, and boilers.
Failure to control the amount of oil in each product can lead to malfunction or damage of parts, making oil level gauges indispensable for products that handle oil.
There are several types of oil level gauges, but here we introduce the principle and mechanism of two types: glass gauge type and float type.
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