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Virus Testing Tools Feature Bubble Sensors For Biochemical Applications

Experimental chemists, biologists, and medical scientists often seek to measure the presence of small molecules within their solutions. Doing so allows for testing a wide variety of different medical hypotheses. This important research depends on repeatable and highly accurate medical devices and analytical instruments. As fluid flows through these instruments, there is a potential for bubbles to form in the fluid. Bubbles may be caused by small leaks at connections or from outgassing if the device or instrument applies heat to the fluid.
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Autoclavable Sensors In Life Critical Applications

What does it mean when saying “Autoclavable Sensors”? Autoclavable devices require compatibility with high heat, moisture and often bleach or other high pH fluids. Medical devices that come in contact with human tissues or fluids are considered to be high-risk devices and they require sterilization so they must undergo autoclave processes after each procedure. Hygenic medical devices that require autoclave operations might include surgical staplers, surgical robots, handheld surgical devices, dental tools, medical examination procedures.
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Urinary Incontinence & The Sensors That Help Treatment

According to the American Urological Association, one-quarter to one-third of men and women in the United States experience urinary incontinence. What Is Urinary Incontinence?: Urinary incontinence means a person cannot prevent urinating.  There are 4 types of incontinence: Stress Incontinence …
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Flow Meters Used In The Winemaking Process

Winemaking consists of many time-consuming steps that require attention and care from the smashing of the grapes to the bottling process. The FDA has, luckily, strict hygiene standards to live up to and correctly producing products are key. As well …
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Sensors Help Automate The Creation Of IV Bags

Everyone knows how important IV bags are to ambulances, hospitals, and other medical facilities, but where exactly do they come from? If you don’t know the answer, then you’re not alone–it’s really not something that the average person needs to …
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Float Switches Make Weather Stations Effective

Regardless of how advanced internet weather apps may have become, none of them can come close to providing the type of personalized data that weather stations can. Whether you garden as a hobby, or you oversee the mass production of …
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sensors for better drone flights

On board sensors help drones operate

Small sensors to help drones effectively operate Force sensors are used in almost an immeasurable number of applications, drone applications alone can contain multiple load cells to help the drone operate as best as possible. Liquid level sensors can also …
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highly accurate sensors for fluid management applications

Management & Control – Fluid Sensors

Fluid Management Sensors Strain Measurement Devices is known for our state of the art Load Cell technology, but our engineers have been designing an ever expanding sensor portfolio that monitors, measures and controls fluid. Fluid management sensors are a diverse …
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liquid flow measurements

Mass Weighing for Flow Rate Measurement

Fluid rate measurement can be done a number of ways. The method used typically depends on the fluid material that needs to be monitored. Measuring flow in tubes can be done through the use of various flow meter types including, …
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Disposable Capacitance Liquid Level Detector

Ultrasonic Capacitance Liquid Level Sensor Strain Measurement Devices has been hard at work engineering and designing new disposable sensors for each product line, offering contamination free and inexpensive sensors to help you with the monitoring in your application. The majority …
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micro fluidics and how to measure micro droplets

Microfluidics Control and Critical Fluid Management

Microfluidics is the focus of precisely controlling the behavior and exploitation of fluids that are physically constricted to a small scale. The liquid has the ability to flow in narrow spaces without the assistance of any external forces, and because …
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