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Overcoming Citrus Processing Level Measurement Challenges

Posted in Food & Beverage, Level on Thursday, August 29th, 2019. No comments yet
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Just imagine that you’re an operator in a facility that makes concentrated orange juice and the production process requires you to manually check the levels of large processing tanks in the freezing process conditions. Parkas and gloves are a part of your work attire. These were the conditions as told in an excellent story told […]

How to Install a Rosemount Non-Contacting Radar Level Transmitter

Posted in Level on Wednesday, August 14th, 2019. No comments yet
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Here’s a quick one-minute YouTube video, Rosemount 5408 How To – Mechanical Installation showing the mechanical installation of a Rosemount 5408 Non-Contacting Radar level transmitter.

Radar Level Measurement for Cryogenic Tank Storage

Posted in Tank Gauging on Friday, July 12th, 2019. No comments yet
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If you are unfamiliar with cryogenic processes such as those found liquefied natural gas (LNG) plants, then you may be unaware of some of their unique challenges. One big one is overfill prevention and inventory measurement for cryogenic storage tanks. A cryogenic tank is not opened during operation and normally not accessed for maintenance purposes […]

Non-Contacting Radar Level Measurement in Pulp Mills

Posted in Level, Pulp & Paper on Thursday, May 23rd, 2019. No comments yet
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A pulp mill: …converts wood chips or other plant fibre source into a thick fibre board which can be shipped to a paper mill for further processing. Level measurements can be challenging in pulp manufacturing process. In a Pulp-paperworld article, Radar Technology Overcomes the Toughest Level Measurement Challenges, Emerson’s Ingemar Serneby shares his expertise on […]

LNG Storage Tank Radar Level Measurement

Posted in Level on Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019. No comments yet
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Liquefied natural gas is methane with some ethane possibly mixed in cooled down to -162 degC (-260 degF) to transition the gas into a liquid state. It is liquefied: …for ease and safety of non-pressurized storage or transport. It takes up about 1/600th the volume of natural gas in the gaseous state… In a Tank […]