Technical article: radiometric measurement technology for maximum safety and reliability
‘Radiometric measurement technology for maximum safety and reliability’
For decades now, many industries and sectors of process automation have relied on the radiometric method for the most difficult level measurement tasks. The physical principle allows levels and changes in density to be determined externally for any tank geometry and through any material. The success and acceptance of this procedure are inherent in its extraordinarily high degree of dependability.
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