Posts Tagged ‘wireless level switch’

Adding Wireless Level Switches for Storage Tank Overfill Prevention

Posted in Level, Safety on Monday, January 15th, 2018. One comment so far
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Storage tanks holding volatile fluids must have reliable level measurements to avoid unsafe overfill conditions. A Control Engineering Asia article, Wireless vibrating fork technology enables Hengyang Petrochemical to implement cost-effective overfill prevention solution, describes how this petrochemical producer sought to reduce the risk of overfill conditions. The plant had existing non-contacting radar level measurement devices […]

Wireless Level Switches and Interoperability

Posted in Interoperability, Wireless on Tuesday, June 7th, 2011. No comments yet
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Emerson’s Jonas Berge shares how level switches have joined the ranks of wireless devices in a recent Control Engineering Asia article, Switching to Wireless. He notes how this enables: …an easy and cost-effective solution for level monitoring without laying cable or associated risk of damaging the existing installation, and enable configuration and troubleshooting from a […]

Technologies for Offshore Oil and Gas Producers at OTC

Posted in Measurement, Oil & Gas, Subsea, Wireless on Thursday, May 5th, 2011. 2 comments so far
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Lots of people have been trying to track me down this week in Houston. Unfortunately, as I’ve shared with them, they’d have to head 150 miles west because I’m in Austin. The reports from OTC are coming from quite a number of Emerson folks at the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC). Here’s some of the feedback […]