From regional short line freight service to coast-to-coast passenger trains, the nation’s railroads depend on diesel power. With increasing investments in new technology diesel engines and repowering and replacement of existing engines, railroads are poised for achieving greater service and efficiency goals. Diesel power is a proven technology and provides efficiency, durability reliability and now near-zero emissions, Diesel has long been the technology of choice for moving people and goods by rail.
Senix Corporation ToughSonic sensors, waterproof and housed in stainless steel, that has become the “flood sensor” of choice.
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.
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...
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.
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.