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Magnetrol est une entreprise familiale qui a pour tradition de placer le client au centre de ses préoccupations. L’utilisation d’un blog est donc tout naturellement le parfait moyen pour ceux d’entre nous qui possèdent une expertise en termes de mesure de débit et de niveau d’échanger avec ceux qui sont intéressés par ces technologies. Les lecteurs auront non seulement accès à des informations précises et à jour mais ils pourront profiter de ce qui rend Magnetrol unique et qui nous différencie de nos concurrents : les hommes et les femmes qui constituent nos équipes.

5 Feb, 2013

Calculating Levels of Concern Ensures A Successful Tank Overfill Protection System

Many tank inventory operators have begun adopting the recommended practices set out in the American Petroleum Institute’s API RP 2350 fourth edition – which features safety measures to prevent tank overfill hazards.
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29 Jan, 2013

Magnetrol Expands to Accommodate Growth

We’re pleased to announce that Magnetrol will be relocating our U.S. headquarters from Downers Grove to Aurora, Illinois.
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22 Jan, 2013

Using Guided Wave Radar for Heat Rate Reduction

Guided Wave Radar (GWR) has become the premier choice for power plant operators who want to replace aging level instrumentation to reduce their heat rate and fuel costs.
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15 Jan, 2013

The Impact of Instrument-Induced Errors on Heat Rate

A key way to reduce a power plant’s heat rate – and fuel costs – is to ensure accurate level control within its feedwater heaters.
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8 Jan, 2013

How to Monitor Feedwater Heater Performance to Ensure Optimum Heat Rate

Many power plant operators have begun replacing outdated level instrumentation with newer technologies to accurately control feedwater heater levels and decrease their plant’s heat rate.
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18 Dec, 2012

Feedwater Heater Factors to Consider for Heat Rate Reduction

With increased attention on improving bottom-line performance, heat rate is a key concern for every power plant.
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