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Level monitoring in covered storage bunkers

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BinMaster

BinMaster

Operations challenged with managing inventory in covered storage bunkers or flat warehouses have a new option that combines leading-edge software and the 3DLevelScanner acoustic sensor (photo) to measure the level of materials piled under structures. Multiple sensors measure and map levels across the material surface, while MultiVision software separates the piled material into virtual sections. Minimum, maximum and average levels per section are reported for up to 99 unique sections. The data is aggregated to output a visual showing the topography of the entire storage bunker. — BinMaster, Lincoln, Neb.

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