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syab (Chemical) (OP)
5 Oct 04 3:14
hi everyone
i'm trying to collect information about the 4 parameters ( pressure,temp. level and flow ) how they can be measured and transmitted, but i didn't find any valuable can anyone recommend any sites that explain these topics.i'll appreciate any help.
khan101 (Petroleum)
5 Oct 04 10:01
One site that comes to mind is They have some collection of what they call a handbook.
controlnovice (Electrical)
5 Oct 04 10:39
I recommend a book titled: Instrument Engineers' Handbook, Volume 1.  It will be better than anything you find on the web.  It is pricey, $150 US, but well worth it.
ilan7 (Mechanical)
5 Oct 04 17:30
Open Omega (  ;)  for Temp, Pressure, flow, PH

Check also at (Smar Co.)  at Rosemount (Now they are Emerson (
For Level check  and  ...

Good Luck
ScottyUK (Electrical)
6 Oct 04 8:03
Have a poke around on the Foxboro and (Emerson) Rosemount websites. These companies are among the largest manufacturers of industrial process measuring equipment.


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