Continuing from our first Silo Series post, we are back with another look at using level sensors to measure silo stock contents. This time, we look closer at the technology of point level measurement and how it can be used to detect and control the level of contents within a silo.
Minsterport have completed the acquisition of Dedicated VMI Systems. The Dedicated VMI acquisition allows Minsterport to provide a full cradle to the grave silo measuring solution – providing the ability to take essential silo measuring principles and provide real time remote data to anywhere in the World. It completely transforms the company – creating a truly unique offering.
Minsterport have been working closely with Bindicator over the last few months to provide an in-depth guide on how to make best use of the Bindicator range of silo measuring products. As part of a series, will be posting monthly blog posts entitled Silo Series, which aim to give a simple breakdown of the technology, types of sensors and how best to make use of them.
The design and type of vessel impacts the number of bolt-on sensors and the specific placement of them. The quantity and placement of each sensor is important in order to get the most accurate and consistent measurements.