Posted: July 16, 2020
Liquid level sensing is a tremendously important engineering challenge that is critical in many industries around the world, from factories to municipal water systems. Though technology has made progress in leaps and bounds in recent years, many traditional technologies are still widely used for a plethora of possible reasons, even on new systems. For example, one may be simply maintaining or repairing an old system because it seems quicker or less costly, it may be what the engineers are familiar with, parts may still be on hand, or maybe it “just works.” However, there are many important reasons to consider newer technologies, such as hydrostatic level sensing.
Implementing and maintaining liquid level control systems can be complex, and varies significantly depending on the installation. Therefore, many common cha
Posted: April 25, 2020