About Level Switches
Level switches (AKA float switch) are activated by liquid levels, such as in toilet tanks, sump pumps and in processing plants. When the liquid in tank reaches a certain level, a float rises. An arm on the float throws a switch when the liquid reaches a predetermined level. The switch may actuate a valve that cuts off the flow of liquid into the tank, or it may actuate some other process such as activating a pump. Similarly a flow switch is a mechanical device which controls flows (usually of liquid, but sometimes for air or steam) by sending a trip signal to an actuator which operates a pump or valve. Level switches are a type of both pump controls and level sensors.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Brands of Level Switches does Zoro Carry?
What Switch Actuation for Level Switches are available?
At Zoro we carry a wide assortment including some of the most common Switch Actuation choices such as Tether Float, Mechanically Activated, and Float.
What are some popular options available within Level Switches?
Within our Level Switches collection, Float Switch, Liquid Flow Switch, and Flow Switch options are some of the most popular items we sell.
Which features are most common for Level Switches?
Some common characteristics of Level Switches are the Switch Actuation, Electrical Connection, and Amps.