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August 1, 2013

Wireless capability simplifies level and interface monitoring

The Rosemount 3308 Wireless Guided-Wave-Radar (GWR) transmitter is designed for continuous level and interface monitoring in remote locations where installing cable is costly or impractical. GWR transmitters are used for process level measurement in vessels and storage tanks in refineries, oil fields, offshore petroleum platforms, chemical and industrial plants. Top-mounted for direct level and interface measurement, the Rosemount 3308 is virtually unaffected by changing process conditions, such as density, conductivity, temperature and pressure. The transmitter has no moving parts, thus minimizing calibration and maintenance needs. Costs are further reduced when compared to wired transmitters since there is no need for cabling, trenching, conduit runs or cable trays. — Emerson Process Management, St. Louis, Mo.
www.emerson.com

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