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Liberty OTC-230 OilTector Control and Alarm

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About the Liberty OTC-230

The Liberty OTC-230 OilTector Control and Alarm is designed to distinguish between water and oil before signaling an alarm once the liquid level reaches the alarm probe and the mechanical float. It activates when the control panel signals High Oil or High Water. This Liberty OTC-230 OilTector Control and Alarm comes with a 25’ power cord. It uses 230V single phase for it to run. It utilizes a maximum of 2 hp. The alarm is powered by 120 VAC from standard wall outlets, transformed to 11VDC. A battery back-up can be provided by installing a 9V battery. More details are available in the specification sheets. The Liberty OTC-230 OilTector Control and Alarm is recognized for meeting the required environmental performance standards. Liberty, the company that makes and innovates high quality pumps, is relied on by hundreds of professional contractors each day. Liberty has been cited as one of Rochester's Top 100 Companies for twelve years.

Product Details

Manufacturer: Liberty Pumps
Mpn # OTC-230
Weight 11.00 lbs.

Product Features

  • The OilTector system will activate the pump to remove water from elevator pits in accordance with ASME A17.1
  • The OilTector cycles the pump only in the water range
  • An alarm is activated in the event of a high water condition or high oil condition


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