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GE Smarter Calibration & Maintenance Webinar now Available on Demand

  Now Available On-demand! GE Smarter Calibration & Maintenance Webinar   The Smarter Calibration & Maintenance Webinar is now available on-demand for you to view anytime!   The webinar explores the gains achieved by implementing a smart calibration regime, such asimproved productivity, increased capacity, reduced downtime, cost savings and compliance. Whilst the presentation highlights the capabilities …

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Reliable Foam Measurement Within Liquid Process Media is a Challenging Application

Posted on Tue, Jul 01, 2014 @ 08:27 AM   Foam Measurement and Liquid Level Instrumentation: A Magnetrol Applications Study Process media susceptible to foaming are particularly challenging to accurate liquid level measurement. Foam’s lower density, as compared to a foam-free liquid, will absorb or deflect a substantial portion of the return signal, diminishing the …

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Level Control Applications for Geothermal Power

BROCHURE :instrumentation for renewable energy Geothermal reservoirs located deep underground provide powerful sources of heat energy. Drilling a geothermal well to a reservoir brings hot water and steam to the surface, where it is valued as a source of renewable energy. The three principal uses of geothermal power are electricity generation, geothermal heating and geothermal heat pumps. In these …

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The New Druck DPI 611 Pressure Calibrator

  When the pressure’s on – there’s a smarter way to work For 30 years the DPI 600 series has been the benchmark for accuracy and pressure generation, and today the DPI 610 is the industry standard simply referred to as the “Druck”. The new DPI 611 builds on this legacy to provide a highly …

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