When the United States Air Force needed reliable level measurement of a foaming sewer lift station, they turned to Flowline. Located next to the chow hall, the pump station receives and transfers three square meals of kitchen and bath effluent per day including food, feces, grease, oil and detergents. But the problem here was foam that attenuated the past ultrasonic sensor signal, which made it erratic and caused several overflows. The maintenance officer required a reliable non-contact level sensor that is not impacted by foam. He also needed a level display for placement in their panel for quick reference. For these reasons, Flowline suggested our downhole radar sensors that are unaffected by foam, turbulence or condensation. The radar sensor provides reliable level data to the PLC and local display for indication. Flowline is reliable level measurement.