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Jun 18, 2013

Ensuring Level Measurement Accuracy in Saturated Steam Applications

A main advantage of Guided Wave Radar (GWR) over other level measurement technologies is the fact that it is immune to a variety of process conditions. Specific gravity changes, dielectric constant changes, temperature, pressure and vapor space changes all have virtually no effect on the performance of GWR transmitters.
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Jun 11, 2013

Eclipse® Model 706: The Future of Guided Wave Radar Technology

Today, process industries require safe, effective level control for more extreme atmospheric conditions than ever before.
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Jun 4, 2013

The Impact of Signal-to-Noise Ratio on Guided Wave Radar Transmitter Performance

In recent years, much has been said in the industry about the importance of the amplitude (size) of the guided wave radar (GWR) transmit pulse.
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May 28, 2013

Overfill Capable Guided Wave Radar Probes Can Ensure Safe and Accurate Level Detection

Approvals like the German Federal Water Act (WHG) obtained from TUV, or the Flemish Regulation on Environment (VLAREM), certify Overfill Proof Protection, defined as the tested, reliable operation when the transmitter is used as overfill alarm.
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May 21, 2013

Considerations for Complying With the API 2350 4th Edition Update

Significant tank overfill incidents have focused attention on improving safety measures for petroleum refineries and tank storage terminals.
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May 14, 2013

Guided Wave Radar: Today’s Vanguard in Level Measurement

In 1998, the innovative engineers at Magnetrol® took the revolutionary Lawrence Livermore National Lab patent that Popular Science magazine called “Radar on a Chip”  and developed the Eclipse®
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