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Thomson releases web video 'How to Increase Rigidity in a Linear Actuator' Thomson has authored a range of educational videos, webinars and technical white papers to inform and guide design engineers, explain technology alternatives and simplify the linear motion...
FCI releases thermal dispersion sensing video for industrial processes The capabilities video explains how Fluid Components International (FCI) solves flow and level measurement problems for industrial process and plant applications around the globe with advanced...
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  • Report: Medical Device Manufacturers, Others Benefit from New Assembly Machines  
    Report: Medical Device Manufacturers, Others Benefit from New Assembly Machines

    Because both manual and automated assembly lines improve productivity, efficiency and quality of manufacturing while reducing labor costs and cycle...

  • Valcor releases white paper on surge pressure mitigation devices 
    Valcor releases white paper on surge pressure mitigation devices

    This paper presents a trade study that compares four devices: an orifice, a venturi, a flow fuse, and a flow fuse with a dashpot (slow closing).

  • Fluid Components International (FCI) announces registration open for Product Knowledge Workshop 
    Fluid Components International (FCI) announces registration open for Product Knowledge Workshop

    This workshop is designed to provide customers training on FCI thermal dispersion mass flow meters, flow switches, and level switches.

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    WHITE PAPERS

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  • 80 GHz radar vs. ultrasonic:  Non-contact Level Measurement Technology Comparison 
    80 GHz radar vs. ultrasonic: Non-contact Level Measurement Technology Comparison

    By Greg Tischler, Vega Americas
    When it comes to non-contact continuous level measurement, radar and ultrasonic are two of the most common...

  • What is the Difference Between Frequency-Modulated Continuous-Wave (FMCW) and Pulsed Wave or Pulsed Width Radar? 
    What is the Difference Between Frequency-Modulated Continuous-Wave (FMCW) and Pulsed Wave or...

    By Hawk Measurement Systems
    The two types of non-contact level radar, Pulse Level Radar and Frequency Module Continuous Wave (FMCW) Level Radar...

  • Improving the Efficiency and Reliability of Water Systems with Variable Speed Pumps and Pressure Sensors 
    Improving the Efficiency and Reliability of Water Systems with Variable Speed Pumps and Pressure...

    By Daniel Mullen, Sensata Technologies
    Distributing water on a large scale has been a challenge that the world has tackled for decades. It is a...

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    CASE STUDIES

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  • Rockwell Automation helps Ithaca Beer enhance brewery automation process 
    Rockwell Automation helps Ithaca Beer enhance brewery automation process

    Working with OBG, Ithaca Beer Co. upgraded to a semi-automated brewing process based on the FactoryTalk Craft Brew solution from Rockwell...

  • Emerson helps BP Alaska enhance process safety with wireless pressure gauges 
    Emerson helps BP Alaska enhance process safety with wireless pressure gauges

    Rosemount Wireless Pressure Gauges work to contribute to decreased personnel and environmental risk by providing visibility into well integrity...

  • Inside JST's efforts to automate process automation cleaning process 
    Inside JST's efforts to automate process automation cleaning process

    Cleaning, an integral part of many manufacturing and maintenance process, is often critical to the performance of a broad range of technologies and...

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    TRAINING

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    January 21, 2020 - January 23, 2020
    College Station , TX


    The Instrumentation and Automation Symposium for the Process Industries, now in its 75th year, continues to educate professionals and students. The Symposium focuses on current critical areas in instrumentation and automation.