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Introtek Int’l introduces it’s latest ultrasonic sensor for non-invasive flow detection. The IntroFlow non-invasive flow sensor, providing non-contact measurement of flow velocity.
Introtek now Providing 4th Edition Solutions where sensors are required to meet the latest EMC standards per IEC 60601-1-2 Ed 4:2014, in order to make certain medical devices safer for use in three specifically intended environmental categories: 1) Professional healthcare 2) Home healthcare 3) Special environments.
Introtek Non-invasive Drip Detect Sensor is specifically designed to provide real time monitoring of oil and fluid drip rates, where drip detection is critical in oil-lubricated vertical turbine irrigation well pumps and similar type equipment. The non-invasive design concept facilitates contact-free drip detect through oil flow sight glass. Should the sensor detect a drip rate (flow) below a specified threshold, the pump can be shut down. By ensuring consistent lubrication during pump operations, this drip detect sensor can prolong a pump’s life span, prevent costly equipment repairs and replacement, and help save money on oil consumption. Fully integrated electronics yield a compact design that can be customized to meet your specific application
INTROTEK INTERNATIONAL, Edgewood, NY, a global leader in ultrasonic technology introduces their latest integrated design for the BDR series of Non-Invasive Liquid Level and Air Bubble Sensors. The latest generation integrated BDR delivers the answer for challenging non-invasive liquid level and air bubble detection for a wide variety of rigid tubing size and materials including plastic, metal, and stainless steel. The BDR series sensor is designed for easy install, is dry coupled for metal and steel tubes and withstands the rigorous and demanding usage often found in the Pharmaceutical, Laboratory, Chemical, Waste Management, Aerospace and Food & Beverage industries.