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I Need a High Accuracy Pressure/Level Sensor, What Should I Use?

I Need a High Accuracy Pressure/Level Sensor, What Should I Use?

When talking about applications that demand extremely precise pressure or level measurements, Diversified Technologies automatically thinks ‘high accuracy’. In simple terms, accuracy determines how accurate the sensor can read with the least amount of error. So, for...

The Most Advanced Fixed Position Smart Camera -Featuring Omron

The Most Advanced Fixed Position Smart Camera -Featuring Omron

New Featured ProductOmron FHV7 Smart Camera The world of manufacturing is constantly evolving, and new groundbreaking innovations have become the fore front of our future. Omron recognizes this demand for innovative technologies and responded with the most advanced...

What kind of level sensor could be used in a Frac Tank application?

What kind of level sensor could be used in a Frac Tank application?

Frac Tank Monitoring Application: Example Requirements In this scenario, a customer was looking for the ability to monitor the level of a 500-barrel (21,000 gallon) frac tank containing a 33 % HCL solution, among other trace chemicals such as Lead, Polycyclic Aromatic...

Pressure Sensor Applications in the Marine Industry

Pressure Sensor Applications in the Marine Industry

Application Example in the Marine Industry There are numerous application examples that pertain to the Marine industry. Whether it be for Shipping and yacht construction, or, Freshwater and Saltwater pressure/ level monitoring, Diversified Technologies has every...

Sensors for the Oil and Gas Industry

Sensors for the Oil and Gas Industry

Being able to maintain accurate information of some of our most precious resources is paramount. For the oil and gas industry, resource management is a top priority and having the correct equipment to manage this is essential. Diversified Technologies recognizes this...

What Types of Sensors are Used in the Chemistry & Petrochemistry Industry?

What Types of Sensors are Used in the Chemistry & Petrochemistry Industry?

The materials and media used in this industry are hazardous, toxic, explosive, flammable, and corrosive, making them highly dangerous. Therefore, it is essential that the sensors used for these processes function correctly, are dependable, and are accurate in order to keep everyone involved safe. There are many types of sensors involved in chemistry and petrochemistry, but the most common are pressure, temperature, and level/fill.

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