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Articles by Joe Lewis

FCC rule changes for radar level sensing should benefit all

Changes have been a long time coming, say industry sources
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Radar has been used commercially as a core technology in process measurement for decades, both in contact and non-contact forms. Radar level-measurement sensor use has grown significantly, with tens-of-thousands of installations worldwide.
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Measure solids level even when material flow problems exist

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Measuring the level of solids material can be difficult, if the level being measured is changing or the powder or other bulk-solid material being measured doesn’t flow easily through a bin.
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Solids level detection – what method is best?

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Questions have crossed my desk recently specific to solids level detection applications. People ask why I recommend rotary-paddle technology so often. The answer is simple, once you understand how each available technology fits into the application map.
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Measure level or weight?

The correct answer depends on the objective
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Do you ask yourself whether it’s best to measure level or weight? You should, in regards to monitoring your inventory of bulk solids in bins and silos.
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