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Level measurement devices from SICK MAIHAK AG

Devices for level measurement are part of MBA Instruments’ core business. In addition to reliable rotating paddle technology, our product range comprises membrane switches as well as level measurement devices with radar sensors, vibrating or semi rotating paddles and continuous measurements. Our product portfolio is constantly supplemented by new and further developments because even proven devices benefit from innovations: in this list of discontinued products you can find the respective optimized original successor.

MBA400

Continuous radar level indicator

The MBA400 uses radar measuring to guarantee precise and reliable filling level measurements even in narrow silos or silos with additional installations. The level measurement is carried out without physical contact between the measuring device and the bulk material. A transmitter emits radar pulses, which are reflected by the bulk material. The time measured is proportional to the filling level. The radar filling level indicator can be used in silos of up to 75 meters. Typical areas of application are the food industry, chemical and construction industry, as well as plastics processing and steel manufacture.

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MBA300

Continuous level measurement with radar technology

The MBA300 uses radar pulses, which are reflected by the bulk material, to continuously measure filling levels. This method is used primarily in the food and construction industry, as well as plastics processing and steel manufacturing. By using radar technology this type of level measurement guarantees that there is no physical contact between the measuring device and the bulk material. The radar filling level indicator can be used in silos, bunkers and many other containers of up to 15 meters.

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MBA200

"Maihak" rotating paddle

The MBA200 limit switch is out of stock.

The digital rotating paddle meter MBA800 offers all functions according to newest standards.

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Strong, safe and reliable – rotating paddle devices of the MAIHAK type have been proven for over 70 years. The filling level indicator signals full/demand/empty bulk material in large storage silos, as well as in small containers. In downspouts and conveyors it promptly signals backlog in the product flow. It has an alternating voltage motor: if the blade is stopped the motor automatically switches off, therefore consumes no energy and is not loaded during standstill. The level switch measures various fill materials such as granulates, feed, spices or powder.

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MBA20

Level indicator

The MBA20 level indicator is out of stock.

The electronic rotating paddle MBA888 offers all functions according to newest standards.

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Level indicators of the MBA series are robust electromechanical sensors which detect the presence of bulk material at the place of installation. They are designed to monitor the filling of a bulk material container. Their possible applications depend on the design of the individual device. Variable are for  example:

  • Shape and size of the device (= type of device)
  • Size, shape and material of the rotating paddle
  • Material and design of the rotating shaft
  • Seal between the housing and the rotating shaft
  • Safety standard (e.g. explosion protection)
  • Permissible operating temperature

Download MBA20 operating instructions


MBA5

Level detector

The MBA5 level detector is out of stock.

The digital rotating paddle meter MBA800 offers all functions according to newest standards.

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An MBA level indicator consists of an indicator head and an extension arm. The head contains the electrical and electromechanical components and is attached to the outer wall of the bulk material container. The extension arm protrudes into the bulk material container. It consists of a shaft with a paddle and, depending on the type, a protective tube and support bearings for the shaft. The electric motor in the indicator head slowly rotates the shaft and the paddle. When the bulk material surrounds the paddle, it blocks its rotational motion. The resulting counter torque is used to turn the motor mechanics against a switch, which then shuts the motor off. The switch has a second (dry) contact for the status signal.