17000 Bulk Tank Gauge
The 17000 Gauge functions as a level indicator and also serves as a pump setting gauge. The rate scale can be calibrated in a variety of options, such as GPM, GPH, GPD, LPM, LPH, or LPD. The maximum pump rate for a 12" gauge section is 25 GPD. The sight tube in the 17000 is 1" O.D. glass, which makes it ideal for viscous fluids. The top and bottom connection for this gauge is 1" MNPT.
1/2" MNPT (Top & Bottom)
C = Zinc Plated Carbon Steel
A = All Wetted Parts 316 Stainless Steel with 304 Stainless Steel Frame
W = All Wetted Parts 316 Stainless Steel with Zinc Plated Carbon Steel Frame
PC = All Wetted Parts PVC with Carbon Steel Frame
PS = All Wetted Parts PVC with Stainless Steel Frame
SIGHT TUBE MATERIAL:
5/8″ O.D. Standard Glass
*Other Sight Tube Materials Available. Consult Factory For Options.
V = Fluorocarbon
A = Aflas
B = Buna-N
E = Ethylene Propylene
T = PTFE
*Other Seal Materials Available. Consult Factory For Options.
The Rate/Height shield is used for checking the pump rate of a chemical pump. It is calibrated in QTS/24 Hrs., ML/Min and has a height scale labeled in 1/4″ increments.
The Height shield is marked in 1/4″ Increments and labeled every inch.
The Metric Rate/Height shield is calibrated in ML/Min and Liters/24 hrs. The height scale is labeled in 1 CM divisions.
The Metric Height shield is marked in 1 CM increments and labeled every 5 CM.
The Expanded Metal shield is made from flattened expanded metal and is available in electroplated carbon steel or 304 stainless steel.
The Clear Polycarbonate shield has no markings, and provides 100% visibility as well as environmental protection.
CUSTOM SHIELDS: KENCO can provide custom scales to meet your needs. The Polycarbonate custom scales are usually engraved and paint-filled. If you are needing scales indicating tank volume or other scale calibrations, please consult the factory.
** IMPORTANT: Pressure and temperature are dependent on the length of glass and the elastomer chosen. Please consult the factory for minimum and maximum pressure and temperature constraints.