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885813 PLC Radwell Texas Nuclear Sensors & Switches, Float/Level Switch LEVEL SWITCH

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  • V-Cone Flow Meter Solves Nuclear Underwater Measurement Problem
    A research facility located in the Netherlands, NRG Laboratory, produces nuclear medical isotopes. They conduct tests on materials for nuclear power plants. NRG's capabilities and functions include boron neutron capture therapy (BNCT), services irradiation of fuel and materials post, medical
  • The Science of Selecting a Liquid Level Float Switch
    When liquid level switches are used in highreliability applications, such as aircraft, submarines, nuclear power plants and medical equipment, it is essential that they operate with precision and dependability. Therefore, great care must be taken in choosing the best switch to fit each specific
  • Time Domain Reflectometry Guided Wave Radar Tank Level System (.pdf)
    The Prime Technology TDR Tank Level System Model 9295 uses guided wave radar to measure tank levels. The system architecture is configured to allow for tank level measurements in a nuclear environment without the need to have nuclear hardened electronics. This system meets the Navy Military
  • Liquid Level/Interface Monitoring in Flocculant/Sludge Control (.pdf)
    (FCI). and slurries. Its rugged industrial design and housing provide. superior reliability and long service life under the harshest. plant environments in wastewater treatment, chemical refining,. nuclear power generation and other industries. The FLT93S Switch is a dual-function insertion-style
  • Innovative Technology from Capacitec Improves Gap Measurement with the Use of Capacitive Non-contact Gap Sensors
    . Non-contact capacitive gap sensors have been in use for over 20 years in applications such as measuring the gaps between Nuclear Fuel Rods for quality control. This is done by creating a custom dual sensor wand measuring 0.9 mm thick by 20 mm wide by 350 mm long. It is used to replace contact
  • Pressure Gauges and Plant Safety
    March 2011â s meltdown at Japanâ s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant offers a compelling case for carefully selecting and regularly checking pressure gauges to ensure plant safety in any type of facility. According to press reports, initial readings from gauges inside Daiichiâ s reactor one
  • Medical Device Link .
    , developed at the university, to its customers in industrial research. New technology covered under the first agreement builds on an existing Accelrys quantum mechanics product to predict nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) chemical shielding tensors and quadrupolar coupling constants for any material
  • Why is MEMS the Preferred Technology for High Shock Measurement?
    Shift. note: High Frequencies are Filtered Away. In the 1970s, bulk semiconductor gages started to be used in. accelerometers (synonym piezoresistive) largely because they afforded. response to zero Hertz3. About this same time, underground nuclear. FIGURE 2: PCB 3991 High Shock MEMS Accelerometer

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