Instrumentation

Dust monitoring system

08 August, 2008 | Supplied by: SWR Engineering Messtechnik Pty Ltd

ProSens is a triboelectric dust monitoring and measuring system. It detects solid particles in a gas flow. The particle sizes must be 0.3 microns or larger.


Leak/overtemperature detection relay

08 August, 2008 | Supplied by: Dwyer Instruments (Aust) Pty Ltd

The Series LDT relay is used to monitor the shaft seal and the stator temperature of a submersible pump to detect a leak or overtemperature before pump failure.


Filter monitor

08 August, 2008 | Supplied by: Kobold Instruments Pty Ltd

The type PMP differential pressure sensors are designed for monitoring filters for air and other gases. The compact microprocessor controlled units are housed in a robust plastic casing with an enclosure class of IP65.


Dense phase magnetic flowmeter

05 August, 2008 | Supplied by: SWR Engineering Messtechnik Pty Ltd

Magnetic flowmeters are commonly used for the metering of liquids. They are easily installed, non-intrusive and easy to calibrate. DensFlow is a magnetic flowmeter for solids. It is easily installed, non-intrusive and easy to calibrate.


Deep vessel level sensor

05 August, 2008 | Supplied by: Endress+Hauser Australia Pty Ltd

To measure levels beyond 12 m distances in storage vessels, users had two primary options: use complex 4-wire ultrasonic devices or install expensive radar-based instruments. Now, Endress+Hauser have launched the Prosonic M FMU 44 — a 2-wire loop-powered, non-contact ultrasonic level sensor that measures levels in tanks and silos up to 20 m.


Coriolis flowmeter for the food industry

05 August, 2008 | Supplied by: Endress+Hauser Australia Pty Ltd

Stringent hygienic requirements are at the core of process instrumentation in the food and beverage industry. The Proline Promass S stainless steel Coriolis flowmeter meets the hygienic requirements for dairies, wineries and food processing plants and delivers a high level of accuracy (0.1% of reading).


Level detection switches reduce hazardous spills

25 July, 2008

It is critical that plant managers and engineers choose the right level detection switches as they can prevent the accidental discharge of toxic products into the environment. A well-selected, correctly installed level switch will save companies the expense associated with treating and disposing of spilt material. Moreover, it will safeguard companies against punitive fines in the event of an unavoidable accident.


Level detection switches reduce hazardous spills

25 July, 2008 | Supplied by: Endress+Hauser Australia Pty Ltd

It is critical that plant managers and engineers choose the right level detection switches as they can prevent the accidental discharge of toxic products into the environment. A well-selected, correctly installed level switch will save companies the expense associated with treating and disposing of spilt material. Moreover, it will safeguard companies against punitive fines in the event of an unavoidable accident.


Optimising the efficiency of dust control equipment — near incident forward scatter particulate monitoring instruments

25 July, 2008 by William Averdieck, PCME Ltd | Supplied by: Phoenix Instrumentation Pty Ltd

Environmental regulations and responsibilities are stimulating industrial process operators to minimise particulate emissions from fabric filter and electrostatic precipitator dust arrestment plant by optimised maintenance and operation programs. The online monitoring of particulate emissions plays a fundamental role in this optimisation, providing the evidence and feedback of any improvements.


Low differential pressure transmitter

17 July, 2008 | Supplied by: Dwyer Instruments (Aust) Pty Ltd

The Series 610 low differential pressure transmitter is capable of measuring the pressure and flow of air or non-conducting gases at greater resolution in clean rooms, isolation rooms and other critical environments.


Multi-gas monitoring system

08 July, 2008 | Supplied by: Thermo Fisher Scientific

Thermo Fisher Scientific has announced the Model 70 FTIR Multi-Gas CEMS, a single analyser, continuous monitoring system capable of measuring up to 10 gases or more for almost any incineration or co-incineration application. The real-time integrated stack gas monitoring system possesses a high level of sensitivity, specificity and dynamic range, with a dynamically aligned interferometer that provides long- and short-term stability.


Self-validating point level sensor

08 July, 2008 | Supplied by: Metaval Engineering Sales

The SafePoint from Monitor Technologies LLC is a self-validating point level sensor for monitoring the presence and absence of powders, granular materials and other bulk solids. It is completely fail-safe and can be used in bins, silos and other vessels with process temperature conditions up to 399°C to shut off bin filling and protect against overfilling due to unknown sensor failures.


VersaLevel radar level instruments

08 July, 2008 | Supplied by: Honeywell Building Solutions

Honeywell has introduced a family of microwave radar level instruments for use in plant storage tanks. The VersaLevel line is manufactured to Honeywell’s standards and specifications by German-based Krohne.


Hazardous area pressure sensor

08 July, 2008 | Supplied by: Turck Australia Pty Ltd

Turck has expanded its line of pressure sensors to include a specialty sensor for hazardous areas. The PT4300 is a media isolated stainless steel pressure sensor for use in oil and gas, refrigeration, gas compression, test stands and industrial OEM applications.


Crystal Engineering XP2i-DP differential digital test gauge

08 July, 2008 | Supplied by: Floyd Instruments Pty Ltd

Crystal Engineering has introduced the XP2i-DP differential digital test gauge which is also capable of data logging. The unit is rugged, intrinsically safe, ATEX certified and has an accuracy of ±0.1% of reading between 20-100% and ±0.02% of full scale between 0-20%.


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