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Safe, cost-effective level measurement

By Endress & Hauser |

Endress+Hauser non-contact radar measures level in corrosive chemical tanks

A U.S. water treatment plant operating at 85 MGD capacity was in need of accurate and reliable level measurement for chemical tanks with product density variations due to temperature changes, without the high costs associated with chemical compatibility issues. Ultrasonic level devices are common in these applications. Therefore, the technology had to be both non-intrusive and non-contact. Differential pressure devices were also considered, however, due to high costs of exotic materials for wetted parts, this option was ruled out.

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