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It’s a new year, and that means everyone has an analysis of the cement market. I attended the Intercem conference in Miami last October, and Colin...
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HeidelbergCement announced a succession plan that will see an early-2020 shift of executives on the managing board. Upon conclusion of his third term at the end of January 2020, Dr. Bernd Scheifele will vacate his role of chairman of the managing board, and will stand as supervisory board chair...
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Increased production pressures have sparked a rise in inquiries regarding rapid dry-out materials. Often, the inquirer wants to use a rapid-fire material to reduce the downtime of their furnace equipment. However, businesses looking for a good balance of refractory properties should consider...
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Ultrasonic Sensor

Bindicator added a single-tank ultrasonic model to its product offering. SONO-1000 measures bulk solids in vessels up to 98 ft. (30 m) in height. It is an ideal sonic solution for locations with a limited number of vessels, where a separate controller may be cost prohibitive; both an AC and DC version are available.

The SONO-1000 is simple to install and start up regardless of the amount of material in the vessel, and is suitable for a wide range of materials. Up to four process connections, two ½-in. NPT and two M20 x 1.5, allow for flexibility when connecting to a power source. The sensor also comes with a 4-20mA output and programmable display.

Bindicator also has additional ultrasonic models that are ideal for multi-vessel applications. The SonoTracker line offers tranducers that can be linked together into one read-out display.
Bindicator, www.bindicator.com

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