Handbook contains 16-pp of practical ideas for applying Coriolis mass flow technology. Eighteen applications are presented for precision batch and continuous processing. The publication contains application diagrams and sample operating conditions.
I read with great interest your article on level indicators ("Selecting Liquid Level Detectors For Tanks," PE, February 1998, p 39, File 3599).
A comprehensive sensors and switches catalog is divided into separate departments for level, flow, and pressure. Also presented are transducers and transmitters. Products are offered for high repeatability and reliability and ultra-pure applications.
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Plant engineers and maintenance personnel understand that hoists play an ongoing vital role in the manufacturing environment. Hoists lift materials and move finished products, while taking abuse in the process.
The expense of treating water for use in cooling towers, boilers, and other plant applications is rapidly increasing.
A 6-p brochure describes a line of crane and hoist motors. Several types cover speed ranges from 40:1 to 1000:1 and horsepower to 300. Options include brakes, encoders, and insulation protection system for dirty and caustic environments.
How much liquid is in the tank? How much did we use today? Is it time to refill? These are common questions around a typical plant. There are many ways to determine how much liquid is in a vessel.
A steamy CDSolution Source for Steam, Air, and Water Systems provides relevant information on hundreds of related products in nine sections. The free CD devotes more than 20% of its space to engineering guidelines for steam conservation, condensate recovery, and draining liquids from compressed air and other gases.
The TM-1405GE offers a high resolution, 1.4 megapixel CCD camera. The interline transfer CCD permits full vertical and horizontal resolution with shutter speeds up to 1/16,000 sec. Asynchronous reset, combined with a no-delay, pulse-width controlled shutter, provides flexible triggering and exposure control necessary for machine vision applications.