Instrotech has the Senix ToughSonic CHEM range of ultrasonic sensors, in service around the world in some of the most demanding and corrosive industrial environments. They measure a wide variety of materials including diesel fuel levels in rail locomotives and levels of liquid chemicals in the paper and food processing industries. Senix ToughSonic CHEM sensors are also used in object detection and other non-liquid level applications where corrosive gasses are present.
KOBOLD has on offer an ultrasonic level meter, The Kobold-NUS-4, to be used for non-contact, continuous level and volume measurement in vessels or for flow measurement in open channels.
KOBOLD has on offer their Kobold NSV level monitors to measure low-density (powdery), fine-grained bulk solids, such as plastic granules, cement, and food like flour, sugar and animal feed. The Kobold NSV level monitors work by the vibrating fork principle. The fork, specifically designed for use in bulk solids, continuously vibrates, and when it is covered by a medium, the vibration behaviour changes. When the Kobold NSV level monitors detects this change, it is displayed on a red LED. An additional relay output is provided for signal transmission.
ELIS has on offer a battery-powered ultrasonic water meter intended for measuring flow rate instantaneously and pressure and consumption in water piping (standard EN 14154 for water works), water distribution systems and other industrial applications.