What magnetostrictive probes do: Magnetostrictive probes, also known as mag probes, measure fuel, provide temperature readings and detect water in the tank to offer operators data about inventory levels and fuel quality.
How magnetostrictive probes work: Part of a fuel system’s tank-monitoring system, mag probes utilize a combination of floats along with temperature-sensing elements on the probe to provide fuel site operators with critical information about inventory levels, product temperatures and potential leaks. The data is collected in the fuel site’s tank gauge. There are probe configurations available for different types of fuel and in many lengths.
Source solutions: Source is proud to offer magnetostrictive probes from INCON (Franklin Fueling Systems), OMNTEC, OPW Fuel Management Systems, Pneumercator and Veeder-Root. For assistance selecting the proper magnetostrictive probe for your application, please call (800) 572-5578.
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- Magnetostrictive probes measure fuel, provide temperature readings and detect water in fuel tanks to provide operators data about inventory levels and fuel quality.