Senix Corporation has on offer the smart and rugged ToughSonic line of ultrasonic non-contact Distance and Level sensors, a value-add partner for the Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) and Custom Sensor markets.
LNM - Microwave Level Switch
KOBOLD LNM microwave level switch is used for detecting levels of fill. The microwave field penetrates several millimeters into the medium. Foam, condensate or remains of the transported medium that have stuck on to the tank are not detected.
MIS, MIK, MIM - Mag Flowmeters
Senix ToughSonic Ultrasonic Transmitters perform Distance and Level Measurements with “non-contact” technology, requiring a minimum working distance to the liquid. Elevating the sensor has been one solution, but now there is a better way...
Hydrogen car drives for an efficiency world record
A team of Dutch engineers competing to develop the world’s most efficient hydrogen-fuelled car has used a British torque sensor to determine that their next-generation vehicle needs a custom-designed and built hub motor.
Keller’s range of no less than five intrinsically safe electronic pressure gauges for use in areas subject to gas explosion risks. The type approvals are compliant with the ATEX Explosion Protection Directive regarding explosive gases.
Behind the rise and rise of English wine, British engineers and technologists are busy developing new systems and aids for the vine growing industry.
Back in the 1980’s, brothers Mike, Gregg, and Don Tvetene were working at their family-owned Tvetene Turf Farms in Billings, Montana, USA. The business was faced with a critical labour shortage at the same time that it was experiencing huge demand for their turf. Out of necessity, the brothers conceived of an automatic turf harvester that could cut and stack sod using just one operator. Their biggest motivator, recalls Gregg, was the years of hard work they had put in stacking turf by hand on the family farm.
Kobold’s M-series level switch comprising a float that slides up and down with the liquid, along a guide tube.
Factory automation continues to develop year on year and pumps are increasingly required to supply real-time operating data to control networks so that their performance can be monitored and adjusted to meet constantly changing production requirements