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JANUARY 2006

Differential Pressure Transmitter Performance (Part 2 of 3)
Spitzer and Boyes, LLC

Microprocessor-based differential pressure flow transmitters are generally more accurate and exhibit a larger turndown than analog differential pressure flow transmitters. As a result, fewer models (capsule sizes) are needed to measure the applicable differential pressure ranges. click for more...

Non-Contact Level Gauges Rated
Control

Level Measurement systems are used to sense the location of the interface between two or more materials in a fluid containment system. As such, level measurement systems are important and widely implemented throughout industry. click for more...

Hype vs. Reality: Not So New Flowmeter Technology
Flow Control Magazine

Where is the line between hype and reality? How should we determine what is new technology and what is simply a different incarnation of previous technology? These questions may seem philosophical, but their answers may hold the key to specifying, purchasing, and installing superior flow measurement systems. click for more...

 

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