Ohio silo and bin cleaning company nets seven safety approvals

Marietta, Ohio-based Mole•Master Services Corp. has been vetted and accepted for membership by seven safety management groups, providing the company with recognized credentials and extended access to new clients in a variety of industries. “We went through an approval process that was, in some cases, very detailed and lengthy,” Mole•Master General Manager Dave Laing said.

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BinMaster level scanner gets Canadian approval

BinMaster Level Controls announces the 3DLevelScanner has received FM approval to Canadian standards (cFMus), which allows installation of the 3DLevelScanner in potentially explosive environments. The 3DLevelScanner is listed for FM Approval to Class I, II Division 1, Groups C, D, E, F, and G. It meets Canadian standards CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 25 (1966), CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 157 (1992), CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 1010 (2004), and CAN/CSA E61241-1-1 (2002). These new approvals enable customers in Canada who require hazardous location approvals to safely install the 3DLevelScanner in their facilities.

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Liquid Level Measurement

BinMaster Level Controls announces the integration of liquid level measurement technology into its BinView web-based monitoring solution for bins, tanks, and silos. BinMaster’s SmartSonic ultrasonic and SmartWave radar measurement sensors offer non-contact, continuous level measurement in most types of liquids including water, oils, municipal waste, and chemicals such as liquid fertilizer. SmartSonic ultrasonic can measure the level in liquid tanks up to 60 ft. tall, while SmartWave radar can handle tanks up to 100 ft. tall. SmartSonic or SmartWave sensors for liquids and SmartBob sensors for solids can now be integrated in a single network enabling users to monitor both their liquid and solids tanks over the Internet or on their SmartPhone.

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Slide Gate

Vortex’s patented HDP Slide Gate has been a proven solution for a variety of applications for handling sticky and/or abrasive powders in systems with positive pressures up to 75 psig. Since its original release in 2006, the HDP has been utilized for handling cullet, glass, sand, cement, borax, gum base, kaolin clay, and other problematic dry bulk solids.

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