Vibronic measurement


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The most varied media (eg potable water, fruit juices, oils and fuels, acids, brines or even solids such as grains, plastic pellets or powder) are filled into, and drained from, storage tanks every day. Since these media have different properties there are different measuring principles used to detect them - for example, point level measurement in liquids or bulk solids according to the vibronic principle – also called the tuning fork principle. The tuning fork, which John Shaw designed more than three hundred years ago, served as a basis of the vibronic principle invented by Endress+Hauser in 1967.


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