TC Fluid Control Level Sensor

 TC Fluid Control was established in 2003 having been part of the UK business of Trouvay & Cauvin based in Le Havre France.

The Instrumentation Division was originally established in the UK as Richard Klinger Ltd in 1933. In December 1999 Trouvay & Cauvin Ltd acquired the Instrumentation Division which was based in Sidcup.  In 2002 the UK Management Team bought out the UK side of the company.

In 2003 the Company was renamed to TC Fluid Control to give focus for it to develop in the liquid level instrumentation field.

We continue to this day growing and developing our product range to meet the demands of an ever changing market.

In 2013 TC Fluid Control became part of WIKA Instruments Limited.

The TC Fluid Control Instrument Chambers are used in conjunction with liquid level sensors and are designed to give an uninterrupted level indication of most liquids including steam condensate as well as arduous chemicals. For certain applications, it can also sense an interface level within the chamber.

Continuous In-tank Measurement

TC Fluid Control has a comprehensive range of level measuring instruments available for temperatures up to 450 °C, densities from 400 kg/m³ and pressure ranges up to 500 bar. The product spectrum includes bypass level indicators, sight glass level indicators, magnetic float switches and optoelectronic switches. Customer-specific special designs complete the TC Fluid Control offering.

The model FLR sensors with reed-chain technology are used for level measurement in liquid media. They work on the float principle with magnetic transmission.

The model FLM-H magnetostrictive sensor has been specifically designed for the requirements of the food and beverage, pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. The sensor is particularly suitable for the special conditions of CIP/SIP cleaning processes, such as chemical stability towards cleaning liquids and high temperatures.

The model FFG-P, FFG-T, FFG-TP and FLM-H sensors are used for the high-accuracy, continuous level measurement of liquids and are based on determining the position of a magnetic float according to the magnetostrictive measuring principle.