Endress+Hauser’s founder, Georg H. Endress, pioneered vibronic level measurement in the 1970s. This led to the development of the revolutionary Liquiphant point level switch, which now has an installed base of more than 6 million instruments.
The road to Liquiphant began with a vision of a permanently sealed sensor made entirely of metal to eliminate the leakage problems associated with capacitive measurement. Developers designed a solution – a symmetrical double-rod device – and a new measuring principle was born: vibronic.
Liquiphant devices, which utilise that pioneering vibronic technique, are renowned for their reliability and durability. The latest generation, the Liquiphant FTL51, works safely in all types of media, unaffected by process temperature and pressure. Even challenging conditions such as build-up and external vibrations do not compromise the measurement accuracy or safety function.
The new Liquiphant also uses Heartbeat Technology to keep you informed of the status of your measuring devices and processes at all times.
To celebrate the launch of the latest Liquiphant model, we’ve published a decorative lookbook detailing the history of vibronic measurement and its current applications. For your free copy click the button below.