New and improved sensors support chemical processing applications in a multitude of ways
The chemical processing industries (CPI) rely heavily upon the use of sensors to measure everything from weight to temperature to pH to pressure. Because sensors are used for measurements that affect critical processing elements, such as quality, efficiency and safety, it is important that sensors be placed almost everywhere in the facility, including in highly corrosive environments. Also, sensor readings from these and other operations must remain stable and reliable. Knowing this, sensor manufacturers continue to...
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