Solutions for the Chemical Industry

Your eyes on chemical processes

Level Gauges for Pipelines

ensuring that the pipeline is not overfilled or underfilled, and for preventing the pipeline from leaking

Level Gauges for Heat Exchangers

Prevents the heat exchanger from freezing or overheating

Pressure Regulating Valves

Control and maintain a constant downstream pressure

Level Indicators and Pressure Regulating Valves for the Chemical Industry

In the chemical industry, where precise monitoring and control of liquid levels are crucial for safety and efficiency, liquid level gauges play an indispensable role.  These instruments provide real-time information about the contents of tanks, vessels, and pipelines, enabling operators to make informed decisions and maintain optimal process conditions.

Pressure-regulating valves, also known as pressure-reducing valves, are primarily used to control and maintain a constant downstream pressure, regardless of the varying upstream pressure.  They achieve this by throttling the flow of the fluid passing through them.


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Seetru Level Gauges for Chemical Applications

Seetru Liquid Level Contents Gauges are a versatile and reliable tool that can be used in a variety of applications in the chemical industry.  They are an essential part of any chemical plant’s safety and operational procedures.  A variety of liquid-level gauges are available, each with its unique characteristics and applications.

Some of the most common types include:
  • Storage tanks
  • Process vessels
  • Reactors
  • Heat exchangers
  • Pumps
  • Pipelines

Our range of gauges for the Chemical Industry is constructed from 316 stainless steel with PTFE seals, this combination is compatible with most chemical and solvent applications.
The G22 Quickmount gauge is available from brass, 316 stainless steel, or polypropylene.

Liquid Level Gauges for the Chemical Industry

SCHLEY Pressure Regulating Valves for the Chemical Industry

The function of pressure-reducing valves (pressure regulating valves) is, to reduce a varying or constant upstream pressure (inlet pressure) of the media to a constant reduced pressure (outlet pressure, back pressure) which depends on the upstream pressure.  The pressure reduction occurs by throttling the free cross-section between the seat and the cone. Any change in pressure on the downstream pressure side is immediately converted into a lifting movement of the valve cone.

SCHLEY Pressure Regulating Valves

SCHLEY Pressure Regulating Valves for the Chemical Industry

At zero consumption, that is, when the consumption on the downstream pressure side is zero, the valve doesn’t close tightly.  The pressure-reducing valves are suitable for compressible media, e.g. compressed air, natural gas, nitrogen, as well as for incompressible media, e.g. water, oil, fuels, LPG (propane, butane), etc.

They are mainly used in industrial plants, plant engineering, and process engineering.  Pressure-reducing valves can be supplied with flanges, weld ends, or threaded connections.

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Our sales engineers here at Seetru Limited have extensive knowledge and experience of safety valve selection and sizing. We recommend that you contact our team to discuss your requirements.