Posts Tagged process automation

Continuous Measuring Even in the Events of Mains Voltage Failure with PowerIn Technology™

Continuous Measuring Even in the Events of Mains Voltage Failure with PowerIn Technology™

Now there is no need to go without ultrasonic precision and fall back on other mechanical measurement techniques in the event of a mains voltage failure. The back-up batteries in the FLOWSIC-X gas flow meters supply energy in this case. Autonomous operation has been proven with the

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Sensor Technology for Electric Arc Furnaces

Sensor Technology for Electric Arc Furnaces

SICK supplies sensor solutions for almost every possible application in the metal and steel sector, even in the world of analytical measuring. The company’s latest innovation is METPAX300, a customized analyzer system which measures exhaust gas emissions from electric arc furnaces. The vast majority of structural steel,

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Driver Assistance Systems From SICK Increase Mining Safety

Driver Assistance Systems From SICK Increase Mining Safety

The dumpers used for excavating bauxite for the manufacture of aluminum weigh up to 570 tons. Thanks to driver assistance systems from SICK, these colossal vehicles travel with optimum precision. The requirements for assistance systems used in mining are particularly stringent, as they have to be able to

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Monitoring Carbon Monoxide and Oxygen

Monitoring Carbon Monoxide and Oxygen

Roasting Protection. Aroma Protection. You Get Both From SICK. The GM901 gas analyzer monitors carbon monoxide during the roasting process, thus preventing potential explosions which could be caused by high concentrations of gas in the roaster. And thanks to laser technology, it is possible to measure oxygen quickly

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[Infographic] Monitoring Emissions from Stack Gases: In-situ versus Extractive

[Infographic] Monitoring Emissions from Stack Gases: In-situ versus Extractive

There are two general approaches to monitoring emissions from stack gases: in-situ analysis or extractive analysis. In-situ analysis involves mounting the analyzer on the stack. Extractive analysis involves transporting the sample from the stack, performing the necessary sample conditioning and finally presenting the sample to the analyzer.

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