Glass-Trac Gauges, formally Daniel Level Gauge & Valve, are available in three main types: Reflex, Transparent, & Tubular. These direct reading instruments are available in many different materials to meet your specific process conditions. Glass-Trac Reflex Gauges use prism glass to provide an excellent indication of the liquid level. All liquids appear black in contrast toRead the full article
Glass-Trac Gauges, formally Daniel Level Gauge & Valve, are available in three main types: Reflex, Transparent, & Tubular.
These direct reading instruments are available in many different materials to meet your specific process conditions.
Following are some frequently asked questions our channel partners receive. Read the full article
Is the glass in your gauge not performing to spec? It could be counterfeit glass!
Soda lime and Borosilicate glass look very similar, but perform completely differently. Lately, there has been a rash of counterfeit glass introduced into the glass-gauge industry, some so-called companies even illegally using the corporate names of legitimate glass providers. Read the full article
When liquid products have solids in suspension, standard tank connections cannot be used. Questtec’s Glass-Trac Welding Pad Gauge is the solution. Made in both Reflex and Transparent Glass in any of nine standard lengths, the gauge becomes an integral part of the vessel because it is welded directly to the outer wall. Product Features Standard covers areRead the full article
Questtec Solutions’ level instruments can be found throughout chemical plants as some of the most dependable level instrument products available.
Our magnetic gauges are particularly efficient in chemical processes, and our Glass-Trac products, in special alloys combined with Shields to protect glass from process, provide excellent liquid level measurement. Read the full article
Questtec Solutions’s Glass-Trac Transparent Gauges are available in low, mid, and high pressure applications. Glass-Trac Transparent Gauges use clear, see-through glass on both sides so that both the color and the interface of liquids can be viewed. Read the full article