Blog Posts

July 9, 2020
PMC and STS Collaborate to Expand on Submersible Depth and Level Transmitters

PMC and STS Collaborate to Expand on Submersible Depth and Level Transmitters

Depth and level measurements are ideally suited to measurement by the pressure sensor.  They are designed to make precision depth and level measurements in liquid no […]
November 13, 2019
Laboratory Safety

Is Your Lab Protected with an Environmental Safety Warning System?

Many laboratories contain significant risks and the prevention of laboratory accidents requires great care and constant vigilance. Risk factors include high voltages, high and low pressure […]
December 13, 2017

Using a Thermal Imager to Its Utmost Capabilities

Much of the thermography done in petrochemical plants and refineries is done by thermal imager. This is the most effective way to find problem areas, such […]
December 6, 2017
oxygen analyzer

Understanding How an Oxygen Analyzer Works and Can Save Your Life

An oxygen analyzer measures the para-magnetism of air. Para-magnetism is a form of magnetism in which material is attracted to a magnetic field and forms induced […]
December 4, 2017
Oxygen Sensors

How Oxygen Sensors Contribute to Our Safety

Oxygen sensors were first created in the late 1960s. Dr. Gunter Bauman developed them using a ceramic made from zirconium dioxide. The crystalline white compound was […]
July 14, 2016

Even the Giants Need the Tiniest of Sensors and Controls

Wal-Mart has quickly become one of the top providers of foods and beverages in this country, through Wal-Mart Super Centers and via Sam’s Club.  The Super […]
June 15, 2016

Greenland-Bound Research Team Could Benefit from

A research team is headed into some of the most brutal weather conditions on the planet, under the direction of Professor Edward Hanna of the University […]
April 28, 2016

Money Matters: Measurement for Custody Transfer

Purchasing natural gas or oil requires accurate readings of product volume at the point of custody transfer, which is the location where natural gas or oil […]
March 10, 2016

Insulation and System Efficiency to Combat Cold Temperatures

This time of the year, in many parts of the country, homeowners and property managers are often considering the state of the insulation and heating systems […]
March 9, 2016

Are you Setting Your Thermostat for Maximum Efficiency?

We recently read an article that provided property owners ideas for maintaining better efficiency during the worst of the heating season.  One of the major recommendations […]
March 8, 2016

Efficiency Lawsuits Prompt Homeowners to Be More Proactive

Product liability lawsuits against HVAC systems manufacturers are beginning to pop up around the country.  The plaintiffs argue that the systems are failing prematurely as a […]
March 1, 2016

Flow Meters May Have Alerted to Natural Gas Supply Problem Earlier

A number of homeowners and renters have recently had to flee their own homes in search for alternative shelter.  The issue is a shortage of natural […]
February 17, 2016

Boiler System Explosion Causes School to Close

Reading an article recently about a school that faced a mandatory shutdown as a result of a boiler malfunction, it occurred to us that the reporter […]
February 5, 2016

Ski Resort Suffering For Poor Water Pump Maintenance

For the patrons of one ski resort in this country, there is some frustration related to the need for convenient water sources.  A boil notice was […]
February 3, 2016

Cold Temperatures Plague Much of the Country, and HVAC Equipment

Improperly installed, HVAC equipment cannot due as it is intended to do.  Cold temperatures and improperly installed HVAC equipment is a recipe for disaster, which is […]
January 27, 2016

Limited Space? Try The PMC Miniature Submersible Transmitter

Whether it’s a well, a pipe, or a bore hole, when space gets tight, you need a transmitter that can provide you with real results without […]
December 30, 2015

Dirty Filters Cause Big HVAC Issues

This is the time of year, as the utility bills begin to climb higher and higher for many in the country, when property owners consider steps […]
December 29, 2015

Mold in the Air Ducts

In a recent story out of Nebraska, it was reported that inspections turned up reports of mold in the heating- and cooling ducts of a US […]