The GWR-3000 guided wave radar from BinMaster is suited for types of liquids that include those with steam, vapour, foam, condensation or those prone to residual buildup.
Ingredients stored in silos are notoriously difficult to measure. Powders, granules, and other solids are prone to uneven distribution when added to or emptied from the silo during processing. 3D level sensing technology was created to address these difficulties bringing volume accuracy to a new level.
BinMaster of Lincoln, NE, has entered into a new direct license agreement with Emerson, a global engineering and technology company. Under the terms of the agreement, BinMaster has acquired an exclusive license to manufacture and distribute the 3D Solids Scanner level sensor and its associated software worldwide.
Procap capacitance probes from BinMaster are said to be a versatile point level sensor used for level detection and alerts in bins, tanks, silos, and hoppers.
Rotary level indicators are a common point level indicator used for high-, mid- and low-level material detection in bins, tanks, and silos. Rotaries are wired to a horn, alarm or light panel to send an alert when material reaches the desired level.
This 80 GHz radar is designed specifically for measurements in challenging conditions specific to liquids. Available with a variety of options, the NCR-84 non-contact radar system from BinMaster is said to be a precise, reliable continuous level sensor for liquid inventory.
Mount and power level sensors on silos without the complexity or expense of wiring, says BinMaster, with the model SPL-100 single point laser. Units are said to install quickly through a 1.5 or 2 in. NPT connection on silos or in remote locations where inventory monitoring has not been feasible.
The Annunciator model point level alarm panel from BinMaster consolidates information at a convenient centralized location. Available with four to 24 vessel level indicator stations, the alarm panel is capable of monitoring high and low status for two to 12 separate vessels from a single panel.
Stockpile Reports online subscription service from BinMaster that uses pictures from an iPhone or drone to calculate and monitor the volume, tonnage, and condition of stockpiles. The service is said to replace outdated guesswork, inventory write-offs, and bad valuations while saving hours of time with audit-ready reports.
Companies that store materials in bins and stockpiles can now manage inventory for both using a single system. BinMaster and Stockpile Reports have joined forces to optimize material management for companies that demand better control and reliability of inventory volume and value. The partnership combines the power of robust level sensors with innovative image processing software to optimize and simplify the customer experience across the mining, cement, and agricultural industries.