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Capacitive Sensor Capanivo® CN7100 for point level measureme
Capacitive Sensor Capanivo® CN7100 for point level measureme
Level limit detection in liquids, slurries, foam, interfaces and solids
26.11.2019  |  821x  |  Product news  | 
Protection Plus with innovative corrosion protection Capacitive RF probe with full coating protection
Protection Plus with innovative corrosion protection
Capacitive RF probe with full coating protection In power plants, the demands made on the fill level sensors can be very high due to the fact that the sensors come into contact with aggressive media such as sulphur oxides, heavy metals or even acids. Where limit switches are used for dust detection in flue gas cleaning, they need to be robust enough in order to deliver reliable and consistent performance. Often maintenance costs or replacement of these sensors can be very high due to their quality not being adequate to meet the demands and so they achieve only a short operating life. This is particularly evident in measurement tasks in flue gas cleaning within waste incineration plants. Longer service life due to increased corrosion resistance UWT has further developed the RFnivo® 3100 capacitive level limit switch for this type of measurement task in the dust extraction of flue gases so that it meets and withstands the demanding conditions. All process-contacting parts of the sensor have been designed to be
08.11.2016  |  7447x  |  Product news  | 
Efficient silo management for smooth process flow
Efficient silo management for smooth process flow
The electromechanical Lot system Nivobob® 4000 is now equipped with a Modbus function which allows easy connection to visualization systems, thus providing a very economic silo management solution UWT GmbH has developed an economical and practical solution in terms of centralized content level monitoring; especially suited for the storage processes within industrial plants. First the maintenance-free electromechanical lot system Nivobob® is mounted on each silo within the plant for continuous level monitoring. The plumb bob systems of the economical Nivobob® 4000 series are now shipped with a Modbus interface as standard which allows for quick and easy connection of the units to the visualization system. The operation of the installed sensor devices is made absolutely transparent, as the operating status and all diagnostic parameters, taken during the communication of the units, are recorded in the Modbus register. Parameters such as content level, operating time,
01.09.2016  |  8333x  |  Product news  | 
Product highlight 2016: the new vibrating rod probe Mononivo Many applications – one solution
Product highlight 2016: the new vibrating rod probe Mononivo
Many applications – one solution It has often been the case that a single rod probe, using the vibrating principle and having universal design capabilities, is required. This measurement principle has become well-established on the international market. Due to its high compatibility (even with the standard version), it is much favored by plant operators. UWT has responded to the wishes of their customers with a new product series that uses this vibration measurement principle in the form of a single rod probe called Mononivo® MN 4000. The new vibrating rod Mononivo® MN 4000 is now available. The Mononivo® MN 4000 vibrating rod • is a point level detector • that can be used in silos and tanks • as a full, demand or empty detector Electronically stimulated piezos cause the single rod probe to vibrate. When the material covers the sensor, this causes the vibration to stop and a voltage change is caused within the piezo elements. This is electronically registered and causes the output signal
18.08.2016  |  6908x  |  Product news  | 
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Fit for Liquids“ – UWT presents new product line  Regional Sales Meetings all over the world shows positive and inspiring events
Fit for Liquids“ – UWT presents new product line
Regional Sales Meetings all over the world shows positive and inspiring events Sales Meeting in Memphis USA with the Reps, Introducing the new capacitance sensors from UWT , Best Rep in USA , UWT India meet and greet, Welcome to all the participants around India, New capacitance line will be explained, Award for the best Indian Sales Rep., Regional Sales Meeting even in Mexico, Best Sales Partner in South America, Libracom Brazil - reached the target
07.11.2018  |  3019x  |  Photo reportage  | 
POWTECH 2017 – three exciting days are over UWT hands-on innovation - Level measurement technology in all its facets at the POWTECH
POWTECH 2017 – three exciting days are over
UWT hands-on innovation - Level measurement technology in all its facets at the POWTECH Ladies from UWT with bavarian clothes, Team UWT at Powtech 2017, View at the booth, Markus Schalk and Thomas Schäfer from UWT, Andrea Strobl with a ”Duathlon” - Winner, Uwe Niekrawietz, Thomas Schäfer and Markus Schalk at the UWT booth 4a - 123, Guests and UWT friends at the Nivotec bar, Andrea Fisher and Barbara Bergheimer from the UWT Team, Uwe Niekrawietz, Managing Direktor fom UWT, Friendly visitors at the UWT booth, Andrea Fisher (le) and Andrea Strobl (ri) with a Duathlon Winner, Fatima Daz with guests from the UWT booth, Simone Hadraschek und Fatima Daz with clients from UWT, Friendly guests at the UWT booth, Armin Waibel explains the technic from UWT, Guests make a break with a Brezel, Guests from UWT with bavarian Hats, Andrea Fisher with UWT visitors, Fatima Daz and Camille Hauger with UWT guests, Thomas Schäfer, Andrea Strobl and Andrea Fisher at the ruffle, UWT experts explain the level control benefits , Thomas Schäfer, Andrea Strobl, Andrea Fisher and Uwe Niekrawietz with a winner, Thomas Schäfer and Armin Waibel with a guest, The UWT - Allgäu Duathlon Challenge, Camille Hauger and Simone Hadraschek shows how it works
04.10.2017  |  7559x  |  Photo reportage  | 
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