Radar Level Gauge Manufacturers

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Logo for KROHNE, Inc KROHNE, Inc (Peabody, MA)



Today, users benefit from KROHNE innovations: In 1990, KROHNE introduced the first process radar device and became the pioneer of using radar level measuring technology in process technology. In 1995, KROHNE also became the forerunner in the field of radar devices based on the TDR principle, using guided electromagnetic pulses. With the introduction of OPTIWAVE and OPTIFLEX in 2004, the market discovered the latest generation of radar and TDR technology.

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The Tracer 1000™ provides continuous radar level measurement and point level detection in liquids, with analog and switching output. Tracer 1000 is ideal for various types of processing and storage applications and has an exceptional performance in liquids with low reflectivity such as oils and hydrocarbons.

Xi’an Dechuang Electrical Technology Co., Ltd (xian, China)

Manufacturer, Distributor

Product Feature: 1. Adapt the advanced LSI, the radar principle, digital signal processing techniques and the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) techniques. 2. Apply the continuous dynamic measurement to measure liquid, solid (lump, powder) material level. 3. Long measurement range and high accuracy. 4. Easy installation, maintenance-free; 5. Suitable for high temperature conditions.

Flowline, Inc. (Los Alamitos, CA)


Flowline manufacturers pulse radar and guided wave level transmitters for liquid and dry solids level applications, in general purpose and intrinsically safe configurations.

Proflow Instrumentation Systems, Inc. (Toronto, ON)

Distributor, Service Company

Microflex-C devices can be configured to measure level or distance, in feet, metres, or percent of span. Unlike conventional ultrasonic level transmitters, which respond slowly to level changes, Microflex-C devices can track level changes as fast as 10 m per minute without signal loss. Hycontrol manufactures an extensive range of Radar Level devices for non-contact measurement of liquids, solids, powders, and granules. Radar offers a number of advantages for level measurement. Radar is not affected by temperature, pressure, viscosity, foam, or dust.

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