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Wastewater Level Measurement Techniques

White Paper - Alpha Controls & Instrumentation

Level monitoring and control is a fundamental requirement in any wastewater treatment process. You will find level instrumentation installed at even the simplest treatment plants for pump control, chemical storage tanks and process level controls or alarms. Operators have only limited or emergency control over treatment plant influent, so level controls and instrumentation play an important role in managing the wastewater treatment process. Download this whitepaper to learn more about wastewater level and measurement techniques.

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Using a Liquid Monitoring and Sampling Station to Increase Process Efficiency

White Paper - Endress+Hauser

Water sampling has been required by the U.S. EPA since the 1980s. Every water and wastewater utility or business holding a NPDES permit employs some kind of technique or equipment to acquire water samples, and a method to analyze the samples according to EPA guidelines. While some plants still take manual samples, in many cases, automatic water samplers are used. The vast majority of existing stationary automatic water samplers are used mainly to meet EPA NPDES permit requirements. These samplers are designed to minimize effects on the chemical and physical integrity of the sample, and to ensure adequate storage conditions until they can be analyzed in the laboratory.

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Inventory Management Using Multiple Point Measurement

White Paper - BinMaster

Many devices are available on the market today for detecting the level of materials in bins, tanks and silos. However, for calculating what’s in inventory sometimes level data just isn’t enough. To estimate the amount of material on hand and the dollar value of that inventory, a single measurement point might not be enough data to calculate an accurate volume estimate. Due to their tendency to form irregular topography in the silo, this can be especially true in powders and solids because many don’t tend to flow freely. If inventory volume is based upon a single measurement from a single point in the silo, the volume estimate has the potential of being very inaccurate. For accurate "binventory" multiple point measurement may be the best solution. Discover whether level or volume are what your operation needs and about the sensors that can help you meet your operational goals.

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Comparing Displacer Transmitters vs. Differential Pressure Transmitters for Liquid Level Measurement

White Paper - Magnetrol

The differential pressure level transmitter is one of the oldest technologies commonly used in the process control industry. The displacer level transmitter, a newer technology, operates using the same measurement principle. However, the two have significant differences. Learn more about how these differences impact the efficiency of liquid level measurement.

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No More Horses: The Benefits of Electronic Differential Pressure

White Paper - VEGA Americas

Differential pressure (DP) is one of the oldest methods of level measurement on the market. Anyone who has used a DP unit, however, knows that the technology has it flaws. This white paper by VEGA Americas examines how electronic differential pressure eliminates those flaws while providing users more with a robust instrument that delivers reliable measurements.
Author: Jeff Brand, VEGA Americas Product Manager – Pressure

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