Bindicator is a full service supplier of point and continuous level sensors for industrial applications. Since 1936, our bin level indicators have been preventing overflow spills, controlling surge bins, detecting plugged chutes and providing on/off control of pumps and conveyors in the dry bulk industry. Bindicator products are manufactured in an ISO 9001 certified facility in Spartanburg, SC. Our history and signature white coating has made Bindicator a brand that people know and trust for their dry bulk inventory management needs.
Bindicator level technologies include the original paddlewheel, Roto-Bin-Dicator, patented by Bindicator in 1954. Also included are capacitance, vibratory, hydrostatic, diaphragm, weight and cable, pulse through-air radar and ultrasonic technologies.
With an established network of trained representatives in over 40 countries worldwide, Bindicator strives for excellent customer service and support. Experienced application engineers are here to support you in determining which level sensor is right for your application.
The F78MP Series air radar sensor provides non-contact, continuous level measurement for bulk materials in bins, tanks and silos. Accurate and reliable in difficult environments, the F78MP Series is an ideal level meter for powder and bulk solid inventory management. The F78MP Series air radar... Read more
ACTIVELY PROTECTING YOUR INVENTORY The Roto-Bin-Dicator PRO model is a genuine fail-safe level switch, performing self-diagnostics while in and out of material to protect your dry bulk investments. DETECT FAULTS IN AND OUT OF MATERIAL As a genuine fail-safe sensor, Roto-Bin-Dicator PRO can... Read more
EASY INSTALLATION With universal power and easy calibration, the VRF II capacitance level sensor can be installed quickly and with ease. The unit can be either AC or DC powered and with insensitive polarity the wiring is less complex. EZ-CAL II permits the user to attach the VRF II bin level... Read more
Bulk Solids Inventory exists in a wide range of industries including agriculture, grain processing, feed production, plastic processing, concrete production and many more. Reliable monitoring of these inventories and efficient management of the corresponding data requires a choice... Read more
The second in a two-part series, this article explains the factors you need to consider when selecting a continuous level device for your storage or process vessel. The sections below describe types of available level sensors, how to consult a manufacturer for selection advice, and material... Read more
The first in a two-part series, this article explains the factors you need to consider when selecting a continuous level device for your storage or process vessel. The white paper describes types of available level sensors, how to consult a manufacturer for selection advice, and material... Read more