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GF+ Tech Tip: Connecting Multiple Items to a Current Loop

Tuesday, November 19, 2019 11:48 AM

GF+ Tech Tip: Connecting Multiple Items to a Current Loop

In many applications the current loop output of a sensor or transmitter needs to be shared between two or more devices, such as a circular chart recorder and...

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How to Avoid Cold Weather Damage

Tuesday, October 29, 2019 12:38 PM

How to Avoid Cold Weather Damage

In the coming winter months, as temperatures begin to drop below freezing, precaution should be taken to protect equipment from the cold. If your process equipment is not contained within a heated shelter, then consider...

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What is pH?

Thursday, July 18, 2019 10:48 AM

What is pH?

The pH scale was devised by the Danish chemist Soren Peder Lauritz Sorensen at the Carlsberg Laboratory in 1909 and later modified to its modern form in 1924 to accommodate definitions and measurements in terms of electrochemical cells. The “pH” stands for “power of hydrogen” and represents...

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Sandymount Project Using Grundfos

Tuesday, July 2, 2019 11:43 AM

Sandymount Project Using Grundfos

Sandymount makes a skidded system that takes beer from breweries and turns it into a “concentrate” so that it can be more easily transported across the country and world, where it can be brought back to original form by adding water and then bottled. This saves the brewer from...

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NEW 3" Non-Metallic Pump

Monday, June 24, 2019 11:56 AM

NEW 3

Designed for chemical and water processing applications, the three-inch non-metallic pump can transfer up to 285 gpm (1079 lpm) of fluid without causing the type of damage possible from smaller capacity pumps that use higher pressures. This is a key feature for customers who want to maintain fluid integrity.

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