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Introducing Endress+Hauser’s Memosens CCS50D Chlorine Dioxide Sensor

Chlorine dioxide is a chemical compound that appears as a red-to-yellowish-green gas at room temperature. It readily dissolves in water and is typically used as a disinfecting agent, especially in the water treatment industry. However, excessive amounts of chlorine dioxide in potable water supplies can be harmful to consumers. Therefore, compliance with water quality industry standards is of utmost importance.

Endress+Hauser’s Memosens CCS50D is a durable, low maintenance sensor specifically designed to ensure safe and efficient dosages of chlorine dioxide in almost any industrial application. Memosens technology works by converting the measured chlorine dioxide level and converting it to a digital signal which is then transferred inductively to a transmitter.

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Preparing for FSMA Audit: Are You Ready?

The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) is shifting focus from response to foodborne illnesses to prevention, before consumers’ health and wellbeing are ever endangered. To comply with these strict new regulations, companies must adhere to specific planning, training, and monitoring practices.

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Endress+Hauser’s New Proline Launch

The team at Endress+Hauser is proud to announce the launch of our new Proline site, dedicated to our new Proline flowmeter product line.

Understanding the need for easy installation, speedy commissioning, and efficient operation and maintenance processes across all industries, we’ve created the new Proline  Flow Instruments to provide long-lasting, reliable service — no matter how severe or complex the application.

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Capacitive, Vibronic, and Paddle Switch Technologies in Level Switches and Sensors

Level measurement is the one of the best ways of keeping track of inventory based on volume and weight. It is a key component for obtaining accurate and reliable measurements of the contents of a tank or silo.

Level measurement is important not just for inventory control, but also for custody transfer, which occurs in situations where material that is bought and sold is transferred based on level measurement. The number is converted and read as a volume or weight. Accuracy is a major factor in this process—an error even as small as 1/8 inch or 3 mm of measured level is a significant error that can greatly complicate the accuracy.

Level measurement is carried out by sensors. Sensors are available in a number of varieties, each following a different principle. They are available in capacitive, vibronic, and paddle technologies.

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