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8 Nov, 2016

E3 Modulevel® Displacer Level Transmitter Outperforms Torque Tubes

For continuous liquid level measurement, many operators turn to a displacer level transmitter to monitor their applications. The two main technologies that are used as displacer level transmitters are torque tubes and range spring/LVDT (Linear Variable Differential Transformer) technologies.
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The E3 Modulevel displacer transmitter
6 Sep, 2016

Ultrasonic Level Measurement Technology Replaces Tuning Fork for International Oil and Gas Company

Ultrasonic level measurement is an advanced technology that can be used as an alternative to the traditional tuning fork or vibration technologies in liquid level applications. One of the world’s leading oil and gas companies needed a reliable low level alarm in a propane stripper.
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Magnetrol Echotel 961
23 Aug, 2016

Optimizing Plant Energy Management to Increase Efficiency

When it comes to plant energy management, the ability to better monitor combustion air, fuel gas flow and compressed air can help identify losses that over short periods of time can affect profitability. Regardless of the scale of an operation, any improvements in efficiency to purchased fuel and electricity consumption drop directly to a company’s bottom line.
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Magnetrol TA2 thermal mass flow meter in the field
7 Jun, 2016

Displacer Level Transmitter Technology Provides Reliable Measurement

For liquid level measurement in challenging process operations, displacer level transmitter technology is a safe, reliable solution.
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The E3 Modulevel displacer transmitter
24 May, 2016

The Advantages of Range Spring/LVDT Technology For Level Measurement

One of the most trusted devices for continuous liquid level measurement remains the displacer level transmitter.
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range spring/LVDT accuracy vs. Torque Tube
17 May, 2016

Vulnerabilities in Boiler and Steam Drum Level Control Technology

Technologies historically used for boiler and steam drum level control rely on inference or buoyancy to determine the level. This in itself leaves them vulnerable to process dynamics (specific gravity, pressure, temperature, etc.) or limits their ability to precisely manage the level for improved fuel economy.
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The hardware and calibration complexity and vulnerability to process conditions introduce additional costs and potential errors in any given level measurement technology.

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