How to measure the height of vans.
This system is installed at weighing road controls and at customs controls. It informs Canada transport on the height of the truck so it can protect overpasses, hydro lines and road panels.
Positioning planes at the airports.
Lasers are used to position the planes when they approach a gateway so that they can protect the plane from hitting a gateway or objects that are close by. It also can be used to control the garage doors when the plane is in for maintenance.
Measurement the amount of glycol tanks at airports.
Drexelbrook admittance RF probes: These systems will measure the amount in the glycol tanks in real time. Glycol is used to de-ice the planes when they are covered with ice or snow.
Measure the amount of fuel in fuel tanks.
Drexelbrook probe: The Drexelbrook RF admittance probe lets you know in real time the amount of fuel in fuel tanks at the airports. It gives a very precise reading. In the great north of Quebec, they are used in weather conditions of less the -50 degrees Celsius and still stay very accurate.
Instrumentation equipment for trains and boats.
Action, Dixson & Foxboro: A lot of instrumentation is used on boats and trains to monitor the equipments installed. Action instruments, Ametek Drexelbrook and Foxboro are able to answer these types of applications. So if you are looking for pressure, level, temperature, theses companies can help you out.
Weight instruments to get the amount of fuel used in trains.
Hardy weight instruments: The Hardy weight system is used to know the amount of fuel in the train when they are at the maintenance shop. It lets them know accurately the amount of fuel used and lets them make any corrections to the train so that they can be more efficient.
Flow meters to load or unload fuel or liquids in trucks.
Cameron flow meters: To accurately measure the volume of liquids in trucks we use turbine meters. This technology is compact and precise. It distinguishes itself for all types of oil and gas applications.
Monitor the level of the St- Lawrence river.
Drexelbrook’s Ultrasonic transmitter or Dimetix lasers: The St-Lawrence river uses Drexelbrook’s Ultrasonic transmitter to monitor the water level. It helps the dam control to make sure that boats will have enough water to pass thru easily. The same application can be used to monitor the water depths for lakes and rivers with the Dimetix lasers.
Wireless technology are often used for road panel information boards.
Wireless technology Elpro & MicroHard: To control the gate opening and closing at the entrance of bridges, wireless is the best to control this application. It lets you keep all the data in one place and lets you reduce the number of operators needed at the gates even if they are kilometers away.
Pressure gauge for trucks.
OleumTech & Cameron pressure gauge: Trucks that transport liquids like gas, propane, butane and others need to have a Cameron pressure gauge on its trucks. It is also possible to replace this technology with a wireless pressure system from Oleumtech.