Bamo GAD 531 Level Detection for Grease Water Separators

Level Detection for Grease-Water Separators GAD 531

Bamo Measures Sas has been founded in 1978. Its capital is now 400 000 Euros. Since the beginning, the company has undergone a rapid development centring on industrial pH-meters and conductivity meters. Bamo is now well-known as a leader on the French market.

Since 1990, new developments in the Level Measure have given a new spring in the export. To its own production range, the company holds numerous agencies of foreign companies in Europe and all over the world. So we are offering a complete line with always the best possible service.

Level Detection for Grease-Water Separators GAD 531
Level Detection for Grease-Water Separators GAD 531

Bamo is a company that comes from France. This company selling some product. The product of Bamo such as pH and ORP; Chlorine, disinfection; Data processors; Conductivity; Water hardness; Turbidity; Oxygen; Level; Temperature; Flow; Pressure; Plastic valves; Metal valves.

Grease Water Separators GAD 531

GAD 531 and probe GP/10 are designed for monitoring grease-water separators. The probe GP/10 detects when the thickness of floating greases over water, is greater than the permitted max. thickness. The alarm unit has an auto-diagnostic of system integrity. A relay output and an audible alarm inform the operator. The buzzer may be deactivated with a simple jumper if necessary.

Components of one system:

  • Alarm unit GAD 531
  • Detector: Probe GP/10 (cable output, 10 m long)

Caution: Not suitable for the detection of greases in emulsion, or greases cured in aggregate!

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