Wood

The wood /lumber industry with its related sectors forestry, logging, timber trade and paper production places high demands on the productivity and availability of its plants. Sensors that are robust, durable and maintenance-free are the first choice.

  1. MULTITALENT TDR IN SOLIDS & LIQUIDS

    White Paper: MULTITALENT TDR IN SOLIDS & LIQUIDS

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    Solutions For Tricky Level Measurement Challenges

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  2. TDR Solutions for tricky level measurement applications

    Master Class: TDR Solutions for tricky level measurement applications

    Master Class recording
    The ultimate Guide: When things get a little tricky!

    TDR - Allrounder for Solids & Liquids

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  3. Level detection at high process temperatures for wood power plants

    Level detection at high process temperatures for wood power plants

    The rotary paddle detector regulates the supply of wood chips in the reactor and withstands extreme temperatures

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  4. Radar technology for continuous level measurement in maceration

    Radar technology for continuous level measurement in maceration

    Smart TDR with helpful diagnostic capabilities

     

    For the cellulose production of a wood manufacturing plant in South America, the guided wave radar was implemented in several water tank constructions within the maceration processes. The modern, high-quality TDR technology ensures a continuous production process of the plant. Uninfluenced by changing process conditions, TDR sensors detect the level reliably and precisely and thus offer optimum support for a smooth process flow.

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  5. Vibrating fork series for process solutions in different industries

    Vibrating fork series for process solutions in different industries

    Different project planning options for plant operators with vibrating rod or vibrating fork


    When projecting the equipment with measurement technology for plants around the globe, technicians and engineers have noticed that in recent years there has been a noticeable increase in demand for more compact limit switches that have a very high level of compatibility worldwide. There is a demand for measuring solutions that are characterised by common technical features and can be used in very many applications without much configuration effort. Compact, robust single-bars are preferred, for example for small containers in material-processing operations. One design that has become established on international markets has very small connection threads and works according to the vibration principle.

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