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Level Measurement

Level sensors detect the level of substances that flow, including liquids, slurries, granular materials and powders. Level detection sensors include vibrating, rotating paddle, mechanical diaphragm, microwave (or radar), capacitance, optical, pulsed-ultrasonic and ultrasonic. In deriving the value of the height of some material from a lower point to a higher point, some level measurement devices do so by “drawing” horizontal lines plumb and parallel to each other at the two points. Further refinements in measurement follow from this point.


Guided Wave Radar Level Transmitter

Honeywell Process Solutions' SmartLine® Guided Wave Radar Level transmitter is the latest addition to its SmartLine® industrial transmitter family. The new device can measure the level and volume of liquids inside processing tanks up to 160 feet in height.
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Particulate CEM for Stacks

This Particulate Continuous Emissions Monitor (CEM) for large stacks, baghouses, cartridge type dust collectors, cyclones and some ESPs (electrostatic precipitators) offers the performance of a light scatter PM CEM with lower maintenance and offers far greater accuracy and low level monitoring than an opacity monitor.
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Rotary Paddle Switch

The ROTALOG Rotary Paddle Switch by Mucon, presented by Kemutec, is designed to signal the presence or absence of bulk materials in silos and hoppers as well as for blockage detection in conveyor chutes.
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