Hazloc Inline
Capacitive Sensor

½” NPT inline sensor for capacitive high-sensitivity measurement of quality of fluid processes in fuel, lubricant, chemical, and other industrial applications.

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Specs Overview

Connection Style:
Pressure Rating:
Electrical Enclosure:
1/2" NPT
950 PSIG - 5000 PSIG
Stainless Steel or
Anodized Aluminium


Process Temperature:
- Ambient temperature range:      -40°C to 85°C
- Operating range (standard):      -40°C to 204°C
- Operating range (extended):     -40°C to 260°C
- T ratings: T4 (-40°C to 96°C) | T3 (96°C to 224°C) | T2 (224°C to 260°C)
Process Pressure (MAWP):
- Standard (PEEK insulator):                      950 PSIG (65 Bar)
- High (316SS, ceramic insulator):              4687 PSIG (323 Bar)
- High (special alloys, ceramic insulator):   5000 PSIG (344 Bar)
Ingress Protection:
- IP67
- NEMA 4/4X
Hazardous Location Ratings:
- ATEX:     CE Ex II 2 G Ex db IIB Tx Gb
- IECEx:    Ex db IIB Tx Gb
- ETL:       Class I, Zone 1, AEx db IIB Tx Gb (Canada & USA)
Measuring Method:
- Coaxial capacitor sensor body using process fluid as dielectric to measure relative capacitance.

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Featured Applications

Aviation Fuel

Keeping the water content of jet fuel at acceptable levels is imperative for the safe operation of commercial aircraft. The DC-2210 Capacitive Sensor can be used to ensure this crucial fuel meets safety and industry standards.

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Oil and Gas

Accurate metering of water in oil during custody is vital for ensuring quality and maximizing profitability at all stages of the oil and gas refining process. The DC-2210 Capacitive Sensor can be used to aid in this process, and ensure that water levels in crude oil stay below accepted regulatory levels.

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Water in ATF

Today's automatic transmissions are designed to operate smoothly for many years under a wide variety of driving conditions. High quality transmission fluid plays a critical role in the operation of these systems. The DC-2210 can be used to detect trace water contamination during the manufacturing, storage, and delivery of this crucial fluid.

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