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  • Kristen Modzelewski

Single Chamber MGWR's headed to a gas processing plant in Ohio

We have three Single Chamber Magnicator® with Guided Wave Radars (MGWR™) headed to a gas processing facility here in Ohio! These MGWR’s come equipped with hot insulation jackets. Hot insulation jackets cover the entire gage and includes drawcords at each end for closure and are also provided with openings for gage process connections, indicator and switches or transmitters.

By combining Guided Wave Radar (GWR) with a Magnetic Level Gage, the Magnicator Guided Wave Radar (MGWR) brings a new standard of assurance to level indication.

The MGWR seamlessly integrates two independent level technologies off a single set of process taps for true redundant measurement. The Jerguson Magnicator utilizes a wide indicator for superior level visibility, and a unique magnet arrangement, so you never have to worry about skipped or missed flags. The GWR transmitter obtains an independent reading of the liquid level, providing an accurate output even in the case of float failure. The GWR transmitter will read the true level of the fluid even if the density of the product varies.

More about the Single Chamber Design:

· A slotted internal baffle plate provides separate compartments for the float and GWR probe in a single chamber

· Compact design minimizes space requirements and potential weight concerns

· Baffle plate provides inherent benefits of reducing the effects of flashing or plugging with build-up in heavy particulate media

· Variety of custom arrangements available

· True redundant level technologies

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