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-Operation without power supply
-Clearly visible display
-Stainless steel bypass chamber
-Error indication
-Optional MAK−100 / MAK−200 strap-on level switches
-Optional magnetostrictive level transmitter
-Aluminium or stainless steel lamella housing
-Bypass measuring chamber version without indicator
-Accuracy: ±10 mm
-Titanium float
-High-temperature version
-Explosion-proof version
-5 years warranty

-Level measurement of pressurized vessels, boilers and tanks
-Chemical industry
-Power plants
-Oil industry
-Water industry


NIVOFLIP serves as an indispensable bypass level indicator tailored for pressurized vessels featuring up to 5.5 meters (approximately 18 feet) of flange distance, containing a diverse range of liquids. This device holds international approval under the Pressure Equipment Directive (PED), ensuring its suitability for level indication in pressurized vessels operating at process pressures of up to 100 bar (1450 psi).

For applications requiring elevated temperatures, high-temperature variants of NIVOFLIP are available, capable of withstanding process temperatures of up to +250°C (+482°F). Furthermore, NIVOFLIP offers the flexibility to be equipped with optional limit switches or NIVELCO’s renowned NIVOTRACK high-precision magnetostrictive level transmitter for seamless level transmission if required.


Operating on a straightforward yet highly effective principle, NIVOFLIP ensures accurate level indication by maintaining fluid levels in the bypass chamber identical to those in the tank. The welded bypass chamber and the tank collectively form a pressurized system, enabling the float, housing a magnet, to ascend and descend with fluid level variations.

A magnet within the float triggers the movement of two-toned plates, equipped with colored magnetic caps, through the wall of the stainless steel tube. This movement effectively indicates the fluid level within the vessel. Moreover, visual error messages are provided by plates with different color codes positioned 100 mm (approximately 3.94 inches) below the lower stem, alerting operators to fluid level drops below the instrument's lower connecting point.

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