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The following contains details of PANASIA’s eco-friendly energy systems designed to protect the air and water environments.

Measurement Control System

PANASIA’s measurement system for ships can measure and control crude oil, fuel, ballast water tank level, volume, temperature, and waterline. It also has monitoring and alert features that guarantee the safe and stable operation of ships.

Products
  • 1.Cargo monitoring system

    Radar beam type

    Magnetic float type

  • 2.High & overfill alarm system

    Magnetic float type

  • 3.Tank level & draft gauging system

    Air purge type / Electric pneumatic type

    Electric pressure type

  • 4. Vapour emission control system
  • 5. Fixed gas detection system
  • 6. Water ingress alarm system
  • 7. Pressure / Temperature monitoring system
  • 8. Bilge high level alarm system
  • 9. Local level gauge / switch
  • 10.Pressure switch / temperature sensor / pressure transmitter
Electric Pressure Type Level Transmitter

LEVEL-3000™ is a pressure-based level transmitter with a double-stranded wire consisting of a diaphragm and an amplifier that connects to a four-strand, ventilated special wire.
The transducer is filled with special oil inside and has a built-in Wheatstone bridge type strain gauge which detects pressure changes at the surface of the diaphragm.
When the pressure of a liquid, which is the object to be measured, is put onto the surface of the diaphragm, the strain gauge receives stress, and as a result the resistance changes.
This change of resistance is made into a current of 4-20㎃ or an RS485 communication signal through an analog signal processing circuit, and then LEVEL-3000™ becomes compatible with other transmitters with a current output of 4-20㎃

Air purge type tank level & draft gauging system

The working principle, structure, and installation of PANASIA’s air purge-type tank level and draft gauging system are simple and priced relatively economically, it is suitable to gauge various types of water tanks. It is widely used to measure the levels and volumes of fuel tanks, ballast tanks, and various oil tanks in ships as well as measure the levels of locked-ness of ships and the front/rear and left/ right tilts of ships.

In regard to the working principle of the air purge-type tank level and draft gauging system, filtered air is successively injected into the measuring pipe of a tank via an air supply pipe, and then the level of the tank is measured by using the amount of back pressure that corresponds to the measurement target liquid's head pressure.
In other words, air formed higher than the pressure that corresponds to the level is ejected as bubbles from the bottom tip of the pipe through the air supply pipe inserted down to the bottom of the liquid in the tank, At this point, the air pressure created inside the pipe becomes equivalent to the liquid's head pressure, and you can calculate the level of the liquid by dividing the liquid's head pressure by the liquid's density.
Therefore, you can measure the level and volume of the liquid in the tank by marking the level of the tank's liquid and the volume corresponding to the level on the indicator board.