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Magnetrol International specialists and UK sales force will be on hand in Aberdeen to update you on new products or discuss any application challenge you may have. New products on the stand include the Eclipse 706 GWR guided wave radar, the Thermatel E-TA2 mass flow transmitter and the Contour acoustic volume mapping system....
The Echotel 355 two-wire, loop-powered, non-contact ultrasonic transmitter of Magnetrol International measures liquid level, volume and open channel flow with unsurpassed performance and ease of operation. This low-cost, integral mount unit features a powerful 60 kHz ultrasonic transducer and advanced digital signal processing to reliably measure out to a 6m maximum range....
The Model R82, 26 GHz Two-wire non contact Radar Transmitter from Magnetrol is a high performance, yet low-cost level transmitter based on the concept of Pulse Burst Radar. Short bursts of 26GHz microwave energy are emitted and subsequently reflected from the liquid level surface. Liquid level is then calculated by applying the user's tank height and sensor Offset values....
The Eclipse 705, 2-wire Guided Wave Radar of Magnetrol is type approved to the newest European norms for steam drums, EN 12952-11 (water tube boilers) and EN 12953-9 (shell type boilers) as “primary safety ” and “secondary safety” device. As a secondary safety device, Eclipse fulfills all general control functions on the steam drum. As a ‘primary safety’ device, Eclipse operates as a safety switch and turns off the boiler in a safe way in case an emergency / dangerous situation occurs. ...
It has been 10 years since Magnetrol released the Eclipse Model 705, the first 2-Wire Guided Wave Radar (GWR) level transmitter that measured liquid level, independent of liquid characteristics. No need for calibration, a broad application coverage, ease of configuration and commissioning, integration without piping changes, and enhanced reliability are a few of the reasons for its rapid acceptance in the oil and gas industries. ...