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Symaga expands its sensor portfolio with new ATEX-certified models

01 October 20232 min reading

Symaga, a leading company in grain storage solutions, is once again at the forefront of innovation with the launch of their latest sensor models, the SY-DP1 pendular and SY-DR1 rotative sensors.

Symaga keeps broadening its product range of sensors by launching its new SY-DP1 pendular and SY-DR1 rotative sensor models and contributing to setting forward the trend initiated back in 2021 when the SY-SM1 membrane sensor was first rolled out. The SY-DP1 pendular sensor detects the maximum level of storage, is robust and simple, and does not require any power and maintenance. It can be easily mounted on silo roofs with a flange support and it is activated by a drive located at the end of the rod.

The SY-DP1 rotative sensor serves for detecting and reporting on the maximum grain level, if they are installed on the roof, the middle level if they are installed in the central body of the cylinder, and the minimum level if they are installed at the silo hopper. For roof installations, it is supplied with a 1m extension kit. Among all Symaga´s sensors, it is the most sensitive one, plus its feeding and maintenance are basic. And in order to improve its effectiveness and precision It includes 2 operating modes depending on the density of the stored grain.

Safety is paramount in grain storage, and Symaga’s sensors are ATEX ZONE 20 certified, which is the zone with the highest explosion risk. These sensors are designed in accordance with norms EN 60079-0, EN 60079-31, and Directive 2014/34/EU, ensuring safe use even in explosive atmospheres that can occur within silos due to combustible dust. Factory Management Plan has implemented in its quality system the reference standard for the manufacture of ATEX equipment, UNE EN ISO / IEC 80079-34, that guarantees safety in the manufacturing of all references.

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