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  • 5 Features of the Pulse Point™ Level Sensor

    Jul 12, 2018
    Bindicator offers a variety of point level measurement devices. It is important to know what makes each device unique for the applications they are intended to serve. The PulsePoint has five main features that make it perfect for measuring low density material.
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  • How it Works: Roto-Bin-Dicator®

    Jun 25, 2018
    The Roto-Bin-Dicator® is the most universal of all level sensing technologies and is the most popular level switch used in dry bulk materials. The Roto-Bin-Dicator® is a rotating paddle type, bulk material level sensor offered with a wide variety of paddle options for unequaled application versatility. It is easy to install and requires no special tools or calibrations.
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  • Where is Your Point Level Device Located?

    Jun 12, 2018
    When point level measurement devices are installed incorrectly, measurements can be inaccurate. There are specific locations for the device to be mounted on the bin or silo to allow it to measure as accurately as possible.
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  • The Secret to Powder and Bulk Solid Inventory Management

    May 09, 2018
    Inventory management can be tricky in bins that store powder and bulk solids due to the air being dusty. The secret to measuring inventory in these applications may be simpler than you think.
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  • 2 Most Important Factors in Continuous Level Measurement

    May 02, 2018
    Radar is one of the most advanced forms of level measurement technology available in the dry bulk material industry. Radar measures the level of material by monitoring the time it takes for a microwave pulse to travel from the level meter to the surface of the material being measured and back to the meter. The time is calculated into distance which is then translated into a level measurement.
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  • Top Challenges With Silo Levels

    Apr 26, 2018
    Before deciding on a weighing system, it is important to first understand the top challenges in silo levels. The application itself, whether the right tool is being used, the environment outside and inside of the silo, and properties of the material being measured can make a difference in silo levels.
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  • What Are The Two Most Important Factors in Continuous Level Measurement?

    Jan 26, 2018
    Gaining the most accurate measurements of dry bulk materials in silos can be a tricky task because of dust and other obstacles. Radar technology is one of the most advanced techniques in measuring dry goods, but you most have two very important factors to be successful.
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