Monthly Archives: February 2014

Advantages of Using Level and Flow Controls in Surge Tanks and Pump Protection Applications

The generation of hydroelectric power is a complex process, which involves a reservoir that stores water from a natural body of water, a penstock that allows water to flow from the reservoir to a turbine’s propeller and a power station … Continue reading

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Benefits of Implementing Biogas Plant Technology for Application Level and Flow Control

Biogas is produced at many industrial and municipal facilities and there are many opportunities to measure and improve the processes. Biogas in this post can refer to biogas plants, landfill gas and digester gas, all of which typically consist of … Continue reading

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Considerations When Implementing Continuous and Point Level Controls for Biofuel Applications

The biofuel production process converts biomass resources into liquid fuels, such as ethanol, methanol and biodiesel, and gaseous fuels such as hydrogen and methane. The use of effective level measurement technology throughout these types of biofuel processing operations can greatly … Continue reading

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6 Key Features to Look for When Considering a Guided Wave Radar Technology Solution

All process industries today require the ability to safely and accurately measure level in critical applications. This task, however, can be complicated by a variety of factors, including process media that are very low dielectric or contain corrosive vapors, foam, … Continue reading

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