Israel, Al Iraq (PressExposure) February 21, 2012 -- Recently APM solutions Ltd. revealed an innovative High Temperature arrangement for APM 3D Level Sensors. It is planned in way that it is able to overcome the challenges of offering reliable, accurate and timely measurement of actual volume of materials that are stored at high temperature of up to 120°C. For the very first time, the large cement and clinker silos, large silos and other alumina silos of any diameter which are utilized to store hot substances can benefit from the APM's highest accuracy 3D-mapping technique to present the accurate volume content of the materials stored in the silos.
APM's technology has planned to effectively operate in stern environmental conditions like humidity and dust. It offers maximum coverage for almost any type or size of silo, with single or 'n' number of filling points and with the capacity of thousands of tons. This innovative technology also effectively displays and detects material build-up by means of APM's innovative visualization tool.
APM CEO Ofir Perl commented: "Thousands of APM 3D Level Sensors deliver real-time accurate volume measurements of stored solids every day to managers in hundreds of installations worldwide. APM's new HT configuration applies our technology to the storage of "hot" materials where achieving accurate and reliable measurements has been hindered by high temperatures. With HT-configured scanners, managers in such organizations benefit from timely reports of the true volume of stored inventories, the kind of information that allows them to make the best informed decisions, even where the storage environment is exceptionally harsh. And now," Perl concluded, "even where high temperatures are involved".
Automation Solutions (APM) Pvt Ltd. is a topmost producer and expert in level and volume measurement methods and instrumentation. Its signature creation the 3DLevelScanner, always leads the family of equipments that remove the approximate calculations out of measuring volume, mass and level of a material that is stored in a open bin or silo with the help of 3D mapping of the contents of the container. It displays the APM's unmatched technology of 3D level and volume measurement solutions that were thought to be impossible. But with the APM solutions the level and volume measurement can be accomplished with the unparallel heights of accuracy.