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  • Announcing a Point Level Switch for All Liquids: Liquiphant M

    Liquiphant® M is a Trouble-Free Solution for Universal Liquid Level Detection Greenwood, Indiana – For pump protection concerning detection of empty pipes and screen applications, rely on the addition to the line of liquid level switches from Endress+Hauser, Inc., Liquiphant® M. This level switch replaces floats in difficult situations, demonstrating its applicability in the water and ...


    By Endress Hauser

  • APG Announces new Online Configurator for FL Series Stem Mounted Multi-Point Level Switch

    Automation Products Group, Inc. (APG) announces a new online configurator for the FL Series Multi-Point Level Switch. The FL configurator, developed with the help of Radian Developers, allows customers to fully ...

  • APG Announces New Online Configurator for FLX Hazardous Location Multi-Point Level Switch

    Automation Products Group, Inc. (APG) announces a new online configurator for the FLX Series Hazardous Location Multi-Point Level Switch. The FLX configurator allows customers to fully configure an FLX level switch online, with a complete APG model number, and view the list price. Customers can also view and print a specification page without logging in. Customers with accounts can log in to ...

  • Resistive fuel level sensors

    Euroswitch of Sale Marasino (Bs, Italy), known for its production of level sensors, pressure switches, thermostats, vacuum switches and rotation sensors, in addition to the vast range of products in its catalogue also offers its customers resistive fuel level sensors for controlling nonconductive liquids such as fuel and oils. This is thanks to the synergy with Mont.el (the company heading the ...


  • SST Sensing Optical Liquid Level Sensors

    Determining the presence or absence of fluids is an important feature of many products. Whether we need industrial sensors to know the fluid levels in a large industrial tank, coffee machine or oil reservoir or to identifying leaks in pumps, the ...


    By SST Sensing Ltd

  • Liquid Level Alarm for Drums, Tanks and Containers

    Rochester, NY – Gizmo Engineering introduces the first liquid level alarm that monitors liquid level in chemical drums, tanks and containers that is battery-powered. Developed for automated chemical processes where liquid is continually pumped out of drums, it neatly solves the problem of having the drums run empty without notice. When a drum level is too low, the Drum Alarm® beeps and flashes ...


    By Gizmo Engineering

  • LevelGuard(R) Fluid Control Products Announces New Sump Pump Switch Products

    TouchSensor™ Technologies, a division of Methode Electronics, Inc. (NYSE: MEI), a global developer of custom engineered and application specific products and solutions, announced the introduction of a new and improved LevelGuard® Electronic Sump Pump Switch model with three SKUs. The products target plumbing contractors and homeowners who need to eliminate sump pump switch failure. The new ...


    By Marketwire

  • EchoPod Ultrasonic Level Sensor used in Florida`s Showcase Green Envirohome

    Promoted on FOX News as the 'Greenest House in the World,' Florida's Showcase Green Envirohome (FSGE™) has selected Flow Line Options (http://www.flowlineoptions.com/) EchoPod for its Greywater Reuse System. FSGE will soon be Florida's first residence to have a Graywater Reuse System installed for in-home use.Nonnie Chrystal, project manager for FSGE, explained ...

  • New Ultrasonic Sensing Instrumentation Offers Precise Level Measurement in Virtually Any Liquid

    GF Piping Systems has introduced a comprehensive new level sensing instrumentation product line that includes ultrasonic level transmitters, sensors, and a variety of switches. The new product line-up was developed in response to customer demand following the proven performance of the company's existing Submersible Hydrostatic Level Sensors and Transmitters. Key highlights to the new line are the ...


    By GF Piping Systems

  • New Research Drives Sensor Development

    Recent investment in research and development by Lanarkshire based SST Sensing is paying off as the company announces a new innovation in liquid level detection. SST Sensing have developed an optical fluid sensor that retains the reliability of optical sensors but at a price point normally associated with float switches. Siobhan ...


    By SST Sensing Ltd

  • T-T’s New How To Area Makes Using Our Products Easy

    Picture the scenario. You open the box to see your shiny new pump. You’re ready to go, until it dawns on you that you’re yet to tackle the 57-page manual before even thinking of operating the equipment. As vital as manuals are, sometimes you just need the basic ‘How Tos’ and unfortunately there is a lot of excess information required within technical documentation that can ...


    By T-T Pumps Ltd.

  • T-T are exhibiting at RWM Exhibition

    T-T are exhibiting at The Water Event  at RWM (Resource Waste Management) on 13th and 14th September at the NEC in Birmingham. The RWM exhibition is the UK’s number one event for resource efficiency and waste management solutions. The Water Event specifically promotes the efficient consumption, ...


    By T-T Pumps Ltd.

  • Introducing SOLO: “Smart” power management and remote power cycling

    Maximize the life of battery-powered devices and fix most problems without travelling to the site. SOLO is a first-of-its-kind power sensor, controller and management innovation. Ultimate 3-in-1 Better battery life, higher battery efficiency. Remote power controller - remotely cycle power ...

  • Sulzer Introduces the New Lifting Stations Type ABS Synconta 901B and 902B

    The new Synconta lifting station is a synthetic prefabricated sump, designed as a single or double pumping station for below-ground installation. It is ideal for the automatic pumping of wastewater and sewage from areas below the backwash level in accordance with DIN EN 12050-1. The new Synconta has a stronger tank design than the previous range and it can be provided with an optional ...


    By Sulzer

  • The effect of global warming on eutrophication in lakes

    Shallow lakes are an important type of ecosystem that may be vulnerable to current warming trends. A recent study examines just how vulnerable they are. It indicates that climate change combined with nutrient pollution could exacerbate eutrophication and suggests nitrogen levels should be monitored. Shallow lakes are important in their support of biodiversity. However, their large ...

  • Leading engineering firm tackles ocean-front remediation system with well oil skimmers

    For most people, the phrase "ocean-front property" carries a pleasant cachet. For project engineer Stephen Hanks, "ocean-front property" just meant a headache with a view. Hanks, who works for the Atlanta-based consulting firm MACTEC, was in charge of an ocean-front property containing a bulk fuel storage terminal. That terminal continued to create challenges caused by a spill that happened about ...


    By Abanaki Corporation

  • In overview: the Hako dosage and filling systems

    Filling the clean water tank is time consuming and ties the operator to the machine. As a result valuable working time is lost. Incorrect dosage leads to less than optimum cleaning results and, in the case of over dosage, in addition puts additional pressure on materials and sewage as well as the costs of cleaning agents. Hako dosage systems prevent under dosage or over dosage and their negative ...


    By Hako GmbH

  • Energy savings in black and white

    Anyone who has ever stepped barefoot onto blacktop pavement on a hot sunny day knows the phenomenon very well: Black surfaces absorb the sun's heat very efficiently, producing a toe-scorching surface. In the wintertime, that can be a good thing: A dark roof heats up in the sun and helps reduce your heating bill. But in summertime, it's definitely a bad thing: Your house gets even hotter, and your ...

  • Study sees little dust risk for subway workers

    New York subway commuters may worry more about rats and rising fares than dust floating through the system, but for the workers who spend their whole shift below ground, air quality has long been a concern. Results from a new pilot study using miniaturized air samplers to look at steel dust exposure may help them breathe easier. Steel dust, produced as thousands of train wheels roll through the ...

  • Dredging and shoreline remediation

    Many situations can complicate a shoreline’s integrity. These can range from flooding, hurricanes and man-made disasters and can even include aquatic harvesting and human recreation. Making efforts to protect a shoreline from these intrusions helps protect economic and recreational interests. Shoreline remediation is an investment in the overall economic and natural habitat of a community. ...


    By SRS Crisafulli, Inc.

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