Monthly Archives: February 2021

  1. Overfill protection in tomato paste

    Overfill protection in tomato paste
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  2. Sugar beet - as versatile as level measurement devices

    Master Class: Sugar beet - as versatile as UWT level measurement devices

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    Sugar sweet level measurement solutions!

    Insight into the different level measurement devices used in sugar plants around the world

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  3. Level measurement detection in tanks for gas cooling

    Level measurement detection in tanks for gas cooling

    Practical solutions for cooling water with H2 gas of steel industry: Capacitance sensor for content level measurement detection

    For a steel-producing plant in India, a continuous level measurement, which works unaffected by steam or pressure fluctuations within a very small measuring range, was implemented with the NivoCapa® NC 8000 in water for gas cooling. The proven technology with active buildup compensation and a tunable oscillator was a flexible solution for optimizing the manufacturing process.

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  4. Capacitance full detection in paint manufacturing through a glass pane

    Capacitance full detection in paint manufacturing through a glass pane

    Secure full detection of xylene in process tanks of paints corporation by side mounting of the: capacitance level switch with 1-inch stainless steel process connection in a 3" MS pipe

    Level indicators working with the capacitive measurement principle can be used in all types and shapes of tanks, regardless of whether these are metallic or non-metallic. Due to their high sensitivity, their compactness and the range of probes, they are suitable for a wide variety of industrial process requirements. In order to coordinate a constant flow of material, timed to match the manufacturing process, the plant manager of a huge paints corporation was looking for a robust and compact level monitoring system for xylene tanks. Due a special installation situation a creative solution was required.

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