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Number: 137/115.02
Name: Fluid handling > Self-proportioning or correlating systems > Self-controlled branched flow systems > Bypass or relief controlled by main line fluid condition > Liquid level responsive
Description: Subject matter wherein the sensor is detecting the variation in the levels of the liquid in the main line and in response thereto the sensor controls the flow in the bypass or relief.










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