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A revolutionary invention dating back more than 110 years, KLINGER level gauges serve to indicate the liquid level in boilers and vessels. For liquid level gauges, the reflex glass is held within the body while an observation slot on the other side allows clear reading of non-hazardous liquids.

Glass level gauges were invented and patented in 1888 by Richard Klinger. Glass level gauges have been consistently updated using KLINGER technology and know-how. Famous and highly regarded throughout the world, they have become synonymous with quality, safety, and reliability. The Quality Policy includes constant improvements on the process, necessary to meet the customers' needs, which are defined, verified, and satisfied. Products for control and regulation of the fluids includes level gauges, flow indicators, Y strainers, and steam traps.

In case of duties where dangerous and toxic liquids or gases are involved, major process operators and engineering contractors globally rely on KLINGER magnetic level gauges.