Hawk Measurement Systems launches new laser level products
Published by Jessica Casey,
Global Mining Review,
Hawk Measurement Systems (HAWK), the global leader in measurement and monitoring solutions, has announced the release of their new OptioLaser L100 and L200 Laser Level Transmitters. The OptioLaser L100/L200 level transmitter is ideal for level, distance and position measurement of solid and liquid surfaces. This laser is uniquely different due to the very narrow beam that can measure long and short distances at virtually any angle. The OptioLaser L100/L200 is completely stainless steel and extremely rugged, built for the harshest of environments.
Leon Botha, OptioLaser Product Manager, explained that the accurate and durable design of the laser sensors was necessary due to the wide range of applications and industries that HAWK caters to.
“The OptioLaser sensors can measure anything from a flat metal plate on the side of any overhead crane, to the top of material stored in a silo. They are ideal for long and short-range applications where the unit needs to see through a narrow opening or tube,” said Botha. “These sensors are being used with great success in many areas such as blocked chute detection, material handling, positioning, plastic pellet silos, conveyor belt edge control, ore pass levels and bin levels to name a few.”
The OptioLaser L100/L200 Laser Level Transmitters are fully programmable and includes a simple to use software. The OptioLaser L100/L200 can be configured for either distance or level measurement and is the ideal solution for a wide- range of industrial applications such as plastics, mining, aggregates, water and wastewater, oil and gas, pulp and paper, pharmaceutical, food and beverages, and chemicals and petrochemicals.
Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/product-news/16032021/hawk-measurement-systems-launches-new-laser-level-products/
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