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  • Radar Level Measurement in Rain Water Retention Pond
  • 80 GHz Radar vs. Ultrasonic: Non-contact Level Measurement Technology Comparison
    When it comes to non-contact continuous level measurement, radar and ultrasonic are two of the most common technologies used. Both technologies are used for similar applications across industries, and both types of devices use similar principles to make a level measurement. However, each technology
  • 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
  • Pharamaceutical Company Uses Level Sensors to Obtain Accurate and Reliable Measurements
    A pharmaceutical company based in California uses level sensors to measure water solutions and buffers in its portable tanks. The company needed to obtain accurate and reliable measurement results for data improvements and overall product quality, as well as measure in high salinity solutions
  • Maintaining Level in Specialty Chemicals
    Technologies requires level sensors to measure chemicals such as acetone, methanol, vinyl acetate, butanol as well as water in above ground storage tanks. With four plants at the Danville facility, DanChem Technologies needed to obtain accurate and reliable measurement results for inventory of its bulk
  • Magnetostrictive Level Technology in Sanitary Processing
    Accurate liquid level measurement is crucial for the monitoring and control of batch and continuous chemical processing applications. Its purpose is to produce end products that are consistent in quality while maintaining manufacturing efficiencies. There are several methods of liquid level
  • Gauge Your Level Instrumentation Options
    The pharmaceutical industry is not unlike other industries in its quest for better performing and more reliable instrumentation. And in the specific case of continuous level measurement, drugmakers increasingly are choosing fully solid-state, non-mechanical devices that deliver higher accuracy
  • Understanding Accuracy in a Bin Level Monitoring System
    >One consideration is the type of device you're using to measure the material level. Bobs, guided wave radar, open air radar, and ultrasonic level sensors are commonly used devices. What they all have in common is they all measure a single point in the vessel. Although each device has its pros

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