Magnetrol Report Examines Advantages Of Range Spring/LVDT Technology

June 2, 2016
A new white paper from Magnetrol compares range spring/LVDT technology to torque tubes.

The displacer level transmitter remains one of the most trusted devices for continuous liquid level measurement, according an article from Magnetrol, and the two main technologies used are torque tubes and range spring/LVDT (Linear Variable Differential Transformer). A new white paper from the company compares the two technologies.

The white paper covers the differences in measurement accuracy and structural integrity between range sprint/LVDT technology and torque tubes. It also examines the installation footprints and maintenance considerations of the two technologies.

Read the entire article here.

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