Level Measurement & Sensors White Papers and Technical Articles

Technical articles and white papers on level measurement, level sensors and instrumentation in process automation and control.

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Innovation in Level Measurement - End-of-Probe Algorithm

New guided-wave radar technology has shown that an end-of-probe algorithm can be used to determine level even if there is no reflection coming back from the product surface itself. This product evolution enables users to achieve more reliable level measurement signals under the worst conditions. Read full article...

New Improvements to Magnetic Level Gauge Technology Yield Increased Control, Accuracy, Safety and Reliability for Plants that Process and Store Fluids

Despite which direction the economy may be heading, for process engineers responsible for plant operations that handle fluids, these are the best of times. Continuous research and development in the area of level detection and its integration into process controls has garnered tremendous gains over the past couple of years. More Info...

Guided Wave Radar Transmitters:Meeting the Challenge for Level-Detection Under Harsh Conditions

When it comes to measuring the level of bulk solids, liquids, and everything in between, guided-wave radar technology now offers more level-detection capabilities than ever before. For an ever-widening range of previously hard-to-measure products such as molten sulfur, liquid ammonia and petrochemicals, guidedwave radar transmitters provide accurate level measurements even under harsh chemical environments, wide variations in operating temperatures and pressures, and low dielectric constants. More Info...