ATC King Engineering
King Engineering designs and manufactures application specific solutions via our KING-GAGE® liquid level measurement and inventory tank gauging systems. These include configurations for new installations, upgrades, and retrofit applications using pressure based and guided wave radar technology. We provide graphical tank level monitors, local and remote level indicators, operator interfaces and network connectivity to simplify process control integration. Our rugged and compact components can be mounted directly outdoors or within small enclosed spaces at the measurement point. Founded in 1937, King Engineering continues its commitment to engineering, innovation and product development.


8019 Ohio River Blvd
Newell, WV 26050
United States
Toll-free: 800-242-8871
Phone: 304-387-1200
Fax: 304-387-4417


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Level Indicators; Level Indicators, Radar; Level Measurement

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