Electronic Lift Station Liquid Level Sensor

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Electroplating is a process that uses electric current to reduce dissolved metal cations so that they form a metal coating on an electrode or metal part. Hence, it changes the surface properties of an object to improve its appearance, wear or corrosion resistance. The basic electroplating process involves an alkaline cleaning, acid pickling, electroplating and parts rinsing. During which, large quantities of acidic wastewater are generated, laden with heavy metals. The wastewater must be remediated and neutralized, prior to being released to the city sewer. At this Midwest plating company, EchoPod ultrasonic level transmitters are installed in each sump. The non-contact sensors provide continuous level data to the PLC, which in turn, actuates the pumps to transfer the waste into treatment. EchoPod is reliable plating lift station level measurement.