Bamo Level Electrodes for Wells EF / EFC

Level Electrodes for Wells EF / EFC

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 Electrodes for Wells EF / EFC
Level Electrodes for Wells EF / EFC

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.

Level Electrodes for Wells EF / EFC

A low current is sent into a so-called reference electrode. When the liquid is in contact with the reference and the level electrode (trigger point), the current passes through the conductive liquid. This short circuit is detected by a relay ES 2001 that activates a contact to trigger an alarm (remote signal).

EF 16 electrode is a single contact electrode. EFC 16 electrode is a dual-contact electrode, the outer body is used as the reference. No needs to provide a special ground connection. Measuring current returns through the shield of the coaxial cable connected to the outer body.

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