We accommodate the needs of our customers by incorporating custom elements into our IBC tank alarms.  Here are some examples that have resulted in custom IBC alarms.

IBC-three pipes
18934
IBC suction pipes
DUAL SUCTION PIPES

TWO SUCTION PIPES

  • This customer wanted an IBC level alarm with two suction pipes to go to different pumps.  We thought about simply making adjustable pipes that slid up and down independently but that wouldn’t work because in order to be foolproof,  the operators must not be able to position the suction pipes higher than the depth of the alarm pipe at any time or else the pump can draw air instead of chemical.  So the only solution was to fit all three pipes into the 2″ NPS plug of the IBC lid.  The pipes are welded together and so they all ride up and down as a unit.  The only way to accomplish this was to uses 1/2″ polypropylene pipes so they would fit into the NPS plug.
  • This unit also required miniature check valves at the bottom of the suction pipes. So we sourced some special duckbill style check valves and made special fittings to retain them.,
IBC liquid Level alarm with solenoid valve
19470

SOLENOID VALVE

This customer wanted a solenoid valve mounted on the lid.  Tricker than it looks as we had to machine the lip on the IBC plug, and also create an ¾” NPS pipe thread with custom nut on the underside. This valve was ¾” Asco. Here is the page on solenoid valves.

IBC alarm zero headroom
MODELT4 WITH NO BEACON

Low Headroom

  • These units have no parts extending above the lid for a no-headroom situation on a marine vessel.
IBC alarm with Cam lock elbow

CAM FITTING MOUNT

This IBC tank alarm mounts on a 4″ cam-lever fitting so it can be removed from a tank easily. 2″ cam-lever fitting to connect hose.

WITH EXTENDED FILL PIPE

The long filling pipe was added to our standard 2″ cam-lock elbow fitting to keep sloshing down for very fast filling applications.  Vent cap to allow air exchange also a good idea for fast filling situations.

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