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When the municipality of Sayreville, NJ needed reliable level measurement of their pump stations, they turned to Flowline. Sewage from surrounding towns, enters the plant and is staged for treatment in these stations. Foam would periodically develop on the surface of the liquid, causing their ultrasonic level sensors to perform erratically due to acoustic signal loss. For this reason, Flowline suggested the use of our non-contact, pulse radar sensors whose measurement is unaffected by foam. Each pulse radar sensor provides continuous level data to the SCADA, which in turn, monitors the sump levels and actuates the transfer pumps. The sensors are conveniently mounted under the sump top for easy access. Flowline is reliable level measurement.

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When a Texas municipality needed reliable level measurement of their stormwater pump stations, they turned to Flowline. Pump stations collect and transfer stormwater run off into water treatment, reclamation or disposal. But they also receive dirt, trash, chemicals, plant material, grease, debris and just about anything else you can imagine, making them challenging applications. As a result, their submersible pressure level sensors were often clogged and unreliable. For this reason, Flowline suggested the use of our non-contact, pulse radar level sensors that are safely mounted above the media. Each pulse radar sensor provides continuous level data to a FLYGT controller, which in turn, monitors the sump level and actuates the two submersible pumps. 

The sensor’s push button display module is located in the control panel. Flowline is reliable level measurement.

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When a California electronic manufacturer needed reliable level measurement of their wastewater pump lift stations, they turned to Flowline. Sumps are liquid trash cans that receive, hold and transfer their contents into wastewater treatment. These are below grade condensing environments with application variables as diverse as their contents. The facility had used ultrasonic level sensors with poor results during the hot humid months of summer, when increased condensation was collecting on the transducer face, and attenuating the acoustic signal. For this reason, Flowline suggested the use of our pulse radar level sensors that are unaffected by condensation or any other waste variable.

The pulse radar level sensor is bracket mounted to the side or top wall and provides continuous level data to the PLC, which in turn, controls the submersible pumps. Flowline is reliable level measurement.

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When a Colorado municipality needed reliable level measurement of their foaming aeration tanks, they turned to Flowline. Foam occurs in activated sludge processes and is a common operational problem for plant operators. It consumes reactor volume, decreases treatment efficiency and sticks to everything it contacts. Additionally the density, thickness and surface characteristics of foam are dynamic, and further complicating to reliable level measurement. For this reason, Flowline suggested the use of our pulse radar liquid level sensor that’s unaffected by foam and it’s variables.

The pulse radar sensor is flange mounted above the aeration tank and provides continuous level data to the SCADA, which in turn, controls the treatment process. The sensor is unaffected by foam. Flowline is reliable level measurement.

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When a West Virginia municipality needed reliable level measurement of their stormwater pump lift stations, they turned to Flowline. Pumping stations collect and transfer stormwater run off into water treatment, reclamation or disposal. But they also receive trash, dirt, plant material, grease, debris, chemicals and anything else you can imagine, making them very challenging applications. As a result, their submersible pressure sensors were often clogged and unreliable. For this reason, Flowline suggested the use of our non-contact, pulse radar sensor that’s unaffected by such variables.

The pulse radar sensor is bracket mounted to the side wall and provides continuous level data to the SCADA, which in turn, controls the pumps. The sensor’s display provides convenient local indication. Flowline is reliable level measurement. 

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When a Wisconsin chemical distributor needed reliable level measurement of their mix tanks, they turned to Flowline. The company blends, packages and distributes acid and caustic solutions, and their chemical mix stations are critical to their business. But these are challenging applications with highly corrosive and vaporous media that’s agitated and foaming. As a result, their previous level sensors were unreliable and under constant replacement. For this reason, Flowline suggested the use of our pulse radar sensor that’s unaffected by corrosion, vapor, foam or agitation.

The pulse radar sensor is mounted to the tank top and provides continuous level data to the PLC, which in turn, controls the batch filling and blending process. Flowline is reliable level measurement.

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When a Virginia food manufacturer needed reliable level measurement of their wastewater pump lift stations, they turned to Flowline. Each lift station receives a continuous flow of boiling water and cornstarch from their process tanks. The liquid is hot, foaming and turbulent, and every 6-12 months their float level switches would fail due to abrasion. Located underground, the replacement process is very expensive, because an OSHA contractor that’s certified in confined space entry must do it. For this reason, Flowline suggested the use of our pulse radar sensor that’s installed above grade and unaffected by wastewater process variables.

The pulse radar sensor is externally mounted to the sump top and provides continuous level data to the PLC, which in turn, provides duplexing pump control and alarm actuation. Flowline is reliable level measurement.

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When a US chemical distributor needed reliable level measurement in their hydrochloric acid tanks, they turned to Flowline. HCL is a clear, colorless, aqueous based mineral acid with numerous industrial and commercial applications such as PVC manufacturing, steel pickling, cleaning products and wastewater treatment. Bulk distributors take chemical deliveries from train railcars into large storage tanks at their terminal locations. Reliable tank inventory monitoring is at the heart of their business, affecting everything from timely customer deliveries to efficient trucking logistics and supply chain management. HCL is very corrosive and vaporous, making it a challenging liquid to measure.

 

For this reason, Flowline suggested the use of pulse radar sensors with a PTFE shield that are unaffected by such process conditions. The result is reliable hydrochloric acid level measurement. Here, an EchoPulse 26 GHz pulse radar level transmitter is mounted on the top of each HCL storage tank. The two-wire, 4-20 mA signal output is connected to the PLC for inventory monitoring and alarms. A DataLoop indicator displays the HCL inventory and is of particular importance during the filling or dispensing process. Flowline is reliable level measurement.

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When a Midwest agriculture chemical distributor needed reliable level measurement of their DKP and formalin bulk storage tanks, they turned to Flowline. A long time user of Flowline ultrasonics, the company blends and distributes fertilizers. But unlike their other chemicals, DKP and formalin are highly vaporous, and hence, not an application for ultrasonic due to acoustic signal absorption. For this reason, Flowline suggested the use of our pulse radar sensors that are unaffected by vaporous media. 

 

The pulse radar sensor is riser mounted to the fiberglass tank top and provides continuous level data to the PLC, which in turn, performs inventory monitoring and alarm actuation. Flowline is reliable level measurement.

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When a Midwest chemical distributor needed reliable level measurement of their sulfuric acid storage tanks, they turned to Flowline. In higher concentrations, sulfuric is exceptionally corrosive and vaporous. They had used a different brand of ultrasonic sensors with poor performance because the thick vapor was absorbing the acoustic signal, and causing the sensors to periodically lose track of the level. For this reason, Flowline suggested the use of our pulse radar sensors that are unaffected by vapor or corrosion. The pulse radar sensor provides continuous level data to the PLC, which in turn, provides inventory and safety alarms to the operators.  

The rugged sensor has a PTFE probe and coated aluminum enclosure for corrosive media. Flowline is reliable level measurement.