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EchoBeam is Reliable Liquid and Solids Measurement

EchoBeam provides reliable, simple, flexible and maintenance-free non-contact level measurement of liquid and solids in tanks, sumps, silos and open channel weirs or flumes. One sensor, four models, all applications. See sensors.

Where Best to Locate an Ultrasonic or Radar Sensor

Sensor location is the first step to reliable level measurement. Locate the sensor on the tank's flat shoulders, off-center from a dome, and free from any measurement beam obstructions including walls, pipes, inflows, ladders, mixers or pumps. Watch now.

How Best to Install an Ultrasonic or Radar Sensor

Sensor mounting is the second step to reliable level measurement. Install the sensor in recommended low-profile fittings, with smooth inner diameters below the installed sensor, that allow for clean signal transmission and receipt. Watch now.

When and How to Install a Sensor in a Stand Pipe

In applications with extreme agitation, limited measurement space or surface foam, install the sensor in a stand pipe for reliable level measurement. The stand pipe separates these variables from the point of installation. Watch now.

Reflective Ultrasonic Sensors Work In Condensation

Condensation is the most common variable in liquid level applications, and it degrades the measurement reliability of typical ultrasonic sensors. For this reason, users often pay more for radar sensors to address condensation. Until now. See sensors.
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