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  • News - 9 Aug 2011
    Monico engineers have made the NOx Gateway, an addition to its monitoring products portfolio to control Nitrogen Oxide gas emissions formed while burning up natural gas in an internal combustion...
  • News - 3 Feb 2011
    CoorsTek has invested $3 million in EmiSense Technologies, a division of San Juan, Capistrano, both for development of its existing product line as well as providing support for testing for clients...
  • News - 31 Jul 2010
    A University of Illinois’ research team, is on the way to develop an electrochemical sensor, to mark the presence of a particular contaminant such as sulfur based compounds or sulfur itself in...
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    Separable Socket Connection Bronze Case Submarine thermometers. These small size instruments are used extensively on board ship, for diesel and turbine engines, compressors, oil lines, etc.
  • Article - 7 Feb 2013
    Seyed Paransun, Vice President and General Manager, Sensor and Actuator Solutions Division at Freescale Semiconductor, Inc., talks to AZoSensors about Xtrinsic Pressure Sensors.
  • News - 29 Jun 2019
    For some time the research and development team at sensor manufacturer Kaufbeurer Mikrosysteme Wiedemann (KMW) has been working on the measurement of pressure in hydrogen. As a first step, KMW...
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    The Viatran model 590 is a detachable level transmitter which has the advantage of enabling the sensors to be swapped out fast without the need to take out the cable which has already been installed....
  • Equipment
    Lever-type sensors are mainly utilized for determining the fuel level in an electrical display unit. Certain sensors are grounded, and those sensors which are not grounded feature a separate ground...
  • Equipment
    Tubular-type sensors are advanced devices that are primarily used for measuring the fuel level in an electrical display unit. Certain sensors are grounded, while those sensors which are not grounded...
  • Equipment
    The IMSL Submersible level transmitter has been specifically developed for use in constant submersion in water, oil, and other liquids and nonaggressive chemicals.

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