Wireless powder detection sensor
Spook wireless powder level sensors have an 8 inch or 24 inch solid state ribbon which detects the level of powder. As the ribbon is a solid-state sensor it can be used for measuring non-corrosive water based liquids too.
There are no moving parts, for instance it does not have mechanical floats or levers, therefore the sensor is not susceptible to wear and tear when compared to traditional powder and fluid sensors.
The ribbon is made from Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) which is a general-purpose thermoplastic polymer. It belongs to the polyester family of polymers which are known for their excellent combination of properties.
Did you know?
The English chemist John Rex Whinford discovered PET in 1941 whilst researching polymers that could be used to make fibres with his colleague James Tennant Dickson. They patented the first polyester fibre which they named Terylene three years after Nylon was developed.
John Rex Whinford (B: 16th February 1901 - D: 6th July 1966)
Potential uses for wireless powder detection sensors
- Container levels
- Tank levels
- Sump pit levels
- Non-corrosive fluid levels
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