Question: I have had difficulty reliably measuring the level in lift stations and was wondering what you have for such an application? Continue reading “Ask the Expert – Measuring Wastewater Level with a PBLT2 Submersible Level Transmitter”
Even before the AHR Expo officially opened to general attendees on January 22nd, guests of Dwyer Instruments were part of a highly anticipated release and demonstration of the Insertion Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter at the company’s booth. More than a dozen individuals from the HVAC industry experienced the features and benefits of this new magmeter firsthand. Continue reading “Dwyer Releases the New Insertion Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter at AHR Expo 2018”
With the release of the Insertion Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter, Dwyer Instruments, Inc. provides performance, accuracy, and reliability with same day field configurability.
Previously, insertion flow transmitters on the market did not offer much flexibility to configure products in the field. Dwyer addressed these concerns, delivering a solution with their new unit. Continue reading “There’s No Time for Downtime | Insertion Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter”
The Mercoid® division of Dwyer Instruments, Inc. offers several series of Ultrasonic Level Transmitters with different features suitable for different applications, including the: Ultrasonic Level Transmitter, Ultrasonic Level Sensor, Ultrasonic Level Sensor, and Ultrasonic Level Sensor. Continue reading “Ultrasonic Level Transmitters”
The cleaning of produced water during oil and gas production and exploration is a crucial, although costly endeavor. In the process of bringing oil and gas up to the surface from a well, several byproducts are also produced. Water is the largest of these byproducts by volume, with 882 billion gallons produced per day. This produced water contains a variety of other compounds and substances, including organic and inorganic compounds, grease, bacteria, and dissolved solids such as iron. Continue reading “The Intricacy of Proper Instrumentation in Cleaning Produced Water”