Level Technology Presentations

  • June 09, 2011
  • K-TEK
  • News

June 9, 2011 - K-TEK  has made available their content from the technical conference at ABB Automation & Power World. K-TEK delivered the following technology tutorials and case histories, which are now available for download at no charge: "Feedwater Heater Control: Bringing Efficiency to a New Level," by Kevin Hambrice, Global Factory Sales and Marketing Manager - Level, http://slidesha.re/iQB0OM "Level Sensing in Harsh Environments with Guided-Wave Radar," by Charles Richard, Radar Product Manager, http://slidesha.re/mjkLKq "Using a Laser Level Transmitter to Improve Plant Productivity at a Wood Board Manufacturer," by Kevin Hambrice, Global Factory Sales and Marketing Manager - Level, http://slidesha.re/mTaG8n    About K-TEK K-TEK, a member of the ABB Group, is a leading manufacturer of state-of-the-art liquid and solids level instrumentation with six global manufacturing centers around the world. Founded in 1975, the company pioneered the KM26 magnetic level gauge with extruded outlets and precision engineered floats and continues to set the pace in the industry with such innovations as AccuTrak, the first SIL2 certified (IEC 61508) magnetostrictive level transmitter; BETA, the first SIL2 certified pressure switch; SureShot, the first low cost, all digital design laser level and distance transmitter with HART protocol; Resonator, the first vibrating fork switch that features a one-step, external calibration process, eliminating hassles with equipment covers; and MT5000, one of the industry's first guided wave radar level transmitter with full waveform digital readout and display, and SIL2 Certification to IEC 31508. The company also manufactures ultrasonic transmitters and a full line of point level switches, plumb bob devices, and field controllers. K-TEK's products are used in over 350,000 installations worldwide in such applications as chemical processing, oil and gas production, power generation, pulp and paper processing, mining and construction, food and beverage manufacturing, and plastics manufacturing.

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