Boiler level differential pressure transmitter

Boiler level dp transmitter


Differential pressure Level Transmitter This boiler level measuring method uses a differential pressure measuring system with "wet leg", that is, the impulse pipes to the positive measuring point below the lowest water level and the impulse pipe to the negative measuring point above the highest water level, are both filled with water. The differential pressure signal is normally elevated, electrically or pneumatically, so the output signal corresponds to the level in the boiler. 0% of water in the level glass corresponds to 4 mA (3 psi) and 100% corresponds to 20 mA (15 psi).
The boiler level measuring result is insensitive to foam in the boiler drum since the measuring method is based on the weight of the water in the boiler drum.
If you connect the boiler level transmitter this way, with the high pressure leg to the boiler's lower measuring point, then the output signal will be direct, i.e., raising water level gives an increasing output signal, and hence a signal cable failure will cause a burner-trip due to low water level. That is, if you use the water level signal to activate the emergency low level trip of the burners.

Boiler level differential pressure transmitter is a common method for measuring the water level in a boiler.