Coltraco – Level

Protect your crew, cargo and vessels.

Coltraco Ultrasonics proudly work across the maritime industry with ship owners, ship managers as well as marine surveyors, ports, shipyards and classification societies. We can help you improve your bottle level testing, especially CO2 bottle testing, onboard your vessel.

                                               Portasteele® CALCULATOR

Portasteele® CALCULATOR is the ideal tool for fire servicing. Convert your Portalevel® liquid level height measurements into agent weight (KG/Lb).

You can then save cylinder readings, store and export inspection reports for enhanced customer servicing and internal records. It is the perfect partner to all Portalevel® models.

Easily convert agent liquid level to agent weight in your fire suppression system cylinders using this innovative handheld 7-inch tablet calculator.

P/N: CALC-007

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The Perfect Companion to the Portalevel® – for those looking to convert liquid height to agent mass and export reports to customers. Especially useful for companies inspecting a wide variety of different cylinders or when winning new servicing contracts.

  1. Highly Accurate – To less than 1%. It takes into account the dimensions of practically any cylinder, the type of agent being measured and the ambient temperature therefore providing accurate results in a variety of conditions.

  2. Save Time & Cost  – Quick and easy method for calculating the agent mass from the liquid level of any agent. Decreasing the time to regularly and effectively test cylinder agent weights, when paired with a liquid level indicator, Portasteele® CALCULATOR will reduce the inconvenience and costly man hours required for testing.

  3. Compare Previously Saved Cylinders and Results. Instantly calculate the exact agent mass within the cylinder. All the data is pre-loaded onto the device so no manual calculation is required by the operator.

  4. Reporting – Simply input the cylinder dimensions, agent type, temperature and liquid level.  Record, save and download the results to enhance your servicing and share the report with shareholders.

                                               Portamarine®

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Coltraco-Portamarine

The Portamarine is an ultrasonic liquid level indicator used for offshore Fire Suppression Servicing inspections and especially popular for use with onboard CO2 fire suppression systems.

7th Generation Ultrasonic Liquid Level Indicator

P/N: 2290334-COPM

IMPA: 652777

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The Portamarine® is a marine unit designed for shipboard use and serving the shipping industry and offshore worldwide. It is the reliable, cost effective seventh generation portable ultrasonic liquid level indicator range by Coltraco Ultrasonics.

  1. Hands Free: the device hangs from a strap around the operators neck which is particularly useful when working in the cramped conditions in maritime vessels.

  2. Test Multi Banked Cylinders: The devices is supplied with the Multi-Banked Extension rods, allowing the operators to easily inspect 2, 3 or 4 rows of cylinders.

  3. Test a Wide Range of Verifiable Agents: Whilst CO2 is the most popular application, the device can also operate on all major liquid agents including FM200 and NOVEC 1230®.

  4. Safe Testing: This method also completely removes the need for weighing cylinders which is an incredibly time consuming and dangerous method which can often result in damage to the system during inspections.

  5. Comply with Regulations: IMO SOLAS & FSS Code Chapter 2.1.1.3 – “Means shall be provided for the crew to safely check the quantity of the fire extinguishing medium in the containers.

                                              Portalevel® MAX MARINE

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The Maritime Ultrasonic Level Indicator, used to inspect liquid contents within marine fire suppression systems. The MAX Marine is for customers looking for high speed testing and where high intensity testing is expected.

8th Generation world-leading Ultrasonic Level Indicator for Marine Applications
P/N: 2290334-MAXMN
NSN: 6680-99-192-2735
IMPA MSG P/N: 652776

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Test Your Marine Fire Suppression Systems

How can the Portalevel® MAX Marine help you? The Portalevel® MAX Marine is a marine unit designed for shipboard use and serving the shipping industry and offshore worldwide. The Portalevel® MAX Marine is ideal for testing more specialized agents onboard such as FM200® and NOVEC™ 1230.

  1. Test Quickly: For any vessel or servicing company having to deal with the common time pressures of having to measure very high numbers of onboard fire suppression cylinders, especially CO2, the Portalevel® MAX Marine provides the ideal tool. Often during annual certification, there is significant time pressure on completing the inspection of every cylinder accurately in order to ensure this critical piece of safety infrastructure is fit for purpose. To address this need, the Portalevel® MAX Marine has been designed to inspect cylinders incredibly fast. By reducing the time required to inspect each cylinder, crew members and Servicing companies alike can complete the task quickly and efficiently.

  2. Test Approved: The Portalevel® MAX Marine boasts ABS Type Approval, UL Approval and RINA Accepted

  3. Test Multi Banked Cylinders: The devices is supplied with the Multi-Banked Extension rods, allowing the operators to easily inspect 2, 3 or 4 rows of cylinders.

  4. Test a Wide Range of Verifiable Agents: Whilst CO2 is the most popular application, the Portalevel® MAX Marine is also capable of inspecting a variety of other clean agents such as FM200® and NOVEC™ 1230 as regularly found onboard more advanced modern vessels

  5. Safer Testing: This method also completely removes the need for weighing cylinders which is an incredibly time consuming and dangerous method which can often result in damage to the system during inspections.

  6. Comply with Regulations: IMO SOLAS & FSS Code Chapter 2.1.1.3 – “Means shall be provided for the crew to safely check the quantity of the fire extinguishing medium in the containers.

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