Advancements in Reed Switch-Based Technology
Madison Company has developed an advancement in proven reed switch-based technology that provides ultra-high resolution, very tight tolerances and consistent repeatable measurements in liquid level sensor designs.
Sensors can be also designed to withstand extreme shock or vibration as well as corrosive conditions and temperature variations.
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Featured Product: M3326
When space is tight or when minimal tank intrusion is desired, the Madison M3326 subminiature float switch provides dependable performance in a compact package. With a footprint of less than 2” in height and less than 1” in diameter, the M3326 can be used for liquid level sensing in difficult installations such as shallow tanks or confined spaces. These float switches are ideal for food service and food processing equipment, chemicals, and medical equipment. Options* such as normally open/normally closed, universal thread or NPT fittings, polypropylene float/stem and NSF listing make the M3326 a versatile float switch for measuring acidic or alkaline liquids and for food contact. Madison advancements in reed switch-based technology can provide ultra-high resolution, very tight tolerances, shock and vibration resistance and turbulence dampening for special projects.
*M3326, M3326-NO, M3326-NPT, M3326-NPT-NO
If you are interested in the M3326 subminiature float switch, or if you need something more specialized, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Case Study: Steam Cogeneration and Water Level Sensing
A Potentially Corrosive Relationship Between Elements and Equipment
Steam cogeneration, or CHP, is a highly efficient and environmentally friendly way to produce useful heat from electricity production.
However, operating conditions in a CHP plant can be challenging for the longevity of equipment and components. Water is at a constant 212˚F (100˚C) and mineral salts and dirt create a corrosive environment that shortens the useful life of equipment.
Reliable, durable steam pipe water level sensors are essential for uninterrupted service. If the sensors fail, the resulting service disruption can cause loss of revenue and dissatisfied customers. A major utility provider was experiencing forced outages and numerous corrective action calls within their plant footprint due to premature water sensor deterioration.
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Where is Madison? D2P and Design World!
Madison is now partnering with Design-2-Part and Design World, two highly respected trade resources serving OEMs and design engineers.
Design-2-Part Magazine helps OEMs find solutions to tough manufacturing problems with cutting-edge information and education. By publicizing the accomplishments and manufacturing capabilities of North America's finest contract manufacturers, Design-2-Part Magazine makes it easy for OEMs and product manufacturers to find the resources they need to build higher-quality products. Readers include design engineers, manufacturing engineers, manufacturing managers, and purchasing managers employed by OEMs and makers of finished products.
Design World is a U.S. trade magazine covering topics in the field of OEM design engineering, including aerospace, food & beverage, medical equipment, military, packaging, semiconductor, machine tool, energy, material handling, motion control, additive manufacturing and robotics. Design World regularly offers engineering videos, podcasts, educational webinars, featured white papers and other design engineering resources.