The Deltic Group Inc.
Portalevel ® MAX Portable Ultrasonic Liquid Level Indicator
The Portalevel ® MAX® is designed
for servicing of fire suppression systems,
such as CO2, FM-200™, Novec™1230, FE-13™, FE-25, Halons
and many more liquefied gaseous agents.
Portalevel ® MAX is the eighth generation liquid level indicator by Coltraco Ultrasonics.
Type – Portable Ultrasonic Liquid
Part Number – 2290334-COMX
NSN: 6680-99-192-2735 and 6680-99-275-5292
Approvals: UL, ABS & RINA
IMPA P/N: 652776
Regulation Compliance: NFPA, ISO 14520 & IMO SOLAS FSS
Takes one person 30 seconds to determine the level of suppression agent in a tank without moving the tank.
The Portalevel ® MAX compares gas and liquid ultrasonic echoes, making it simple to identify the liquid gas level. Levels on CO2, Halon, FM200 and other equivalents are easily located.
8 simple steps:
1. Wipe cylinder clean with a wet cloth & apply a strip of couplant to the cylinder
2. Switch the Portalevel® MAX on & connect your sensor
3. Place sensor at the top of the cylinder, on the flat surface below the neck
4. Move sensor down the cylinder in steps of 5cm / 2 inches & observe readings
5. Move sensor to the region with higher readings & press CAL (full bar graph)
6. Observing the bar graph, move sensor in steps of 5cm / 2 inches to the region
with low readings. The bar graph will disappear when you pass the liquid level
7. Move sensor back in small steps of 2cm / 1 inch until the bar graph reappears
8. Continue moving the sensor back and forth around this region: the exact point
between the bar graph disappearing and reappearing is your liquid level
OPTIONAL ACCESSORY: Use Portalevel® MAX's perfect partner:
Portasteele® rugged tablet-based CALCULATOR
Simply convert liquid level into weight of agent
1. Input your cylinder details: Agent, Height,Circumference, Actual Liquid Level (as found by
Portalevel MAX above), Temperature, Dome Height, Printed Fill Weight
2. Calculate in under 30 seconds
3. Save your results and record in a spreadsheet which can be emailed to the key person in charge of fire safety.