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Jul 30, 2013

Application Considerations When Specifying Ultrasonic Contact Technology for Liquid Level Sensing

Ultrasonic contact level measurement technology plays a key role in the safe and effective measurement of liquids across all process industries. To ensure that you implement an optimal solution for your facility, it’s important to learn about the different applications where an ultrasonic gap switch can be used – and the advantages and limitations of using this technology.
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Jul 23, 2013

Level Sensing with Ultrasonic Contact Technology

Reliable level instrumentation is required to improve process efficiency and ensure the safety of your facility and your employees.
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Jul 16, 2013

Pulse Burst Radar (Non-Contact Radar) Can Be a Cost-Effective Alternative Compared to Ultrasonic Technology

Ultrasonic level control technology has been valued as a cost-effective through air level control solution.
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radar performance
Jul 9, 2013

Application Considerations When Specifying Pulse Burst Radar (Non-Contact Radar) for Liquid Level Sensing

Assessing your level instrumentation needs correctly is essential for process efficiency and performance.
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liquid level sensing
Jul 2, 2013

Magnetrol® Receives ISO Certification for Shanghai Manufacturing Facility

Magnetrol® is pleased to announce that we’ve received an International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Certification for our Shanghai Manufacturing facility.
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Jun 25, 2013

Liquid Level Sensing With Pulse Burst Radar (Non-Contact Radar) Technology

Process industry operations face questions of level instrumentation technology daily. Whether specifying liquid level controls for a greenfield facility or upgrading existing instrumentation for improved efficiencies in an existing plant, instrumentation and control managers must stay abreast of numerous technology options.
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pulse burst radar