Founded in 1953, Esquaredi, Inc. has been serving West Texas and New Mexico with a highly engineered level expertise for over six decades. They are THE level experts! Read 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.
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Built to last, Level-Trac manifolds feature robust construction to perform in the rigorous environment adjacent to steam generation equipment.
This post walks through how to prepare and start-up the Questtec Solutions’s Level-Trac Remote Level Indication system. Read the full article
The Level-Trac water level indication product line is designed to satisfy the requirements of ASME Section I for “Independent Remote Water Level Indicators.”
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Questtec Solutions’ level instruments can be found throughout petroleum plants, refineries, and storage facilities as some of the most dependable level instrument products available.
Particularly responsive to environmental regulations, Questtec is the only level gauge manufacturer offering certified gauge valve design. 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
The latest technology in engineered liquid level solutions for high steam pressure is available to you in the Questtec Solutions Steam-Trac. High Temperature Coating To guarantee safe functionality in high pressure service, a high temperature coating has been applied under full compliance with ASME standards. Continuous One-Piece Chamber Since water appears differently than steam, it isRead the full article