Morgan Advanced Materials has improved its material development and manufacturing capabilities to meet the growing demand Sensor for ultrasonic flow level measurement solutions for liquefied natural gas (LNG) industries.
Morgan's advanced materials have improved its material and assembly processes and have many key performance advantages, including enhanced thermal shock resistance and overall functionality and improved measurement accuracy at pressures up to 10 bar. Morgan's latest sensors can also be immersed in liquid nitrogen at ambient Suction Control Valve temperature several times and minimize the impact on performance.
The LNG market is currently in rapid expansion, according to a recent TechSci Research report that by 2025 the market will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 5%. In view of this, it is expected that LNG applications in the next few years will significantly increase the demand for low temperature sensors. As a leader in sensor and transmitter technology, the development of Morgan's advanced materials means Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor that it can provide solutions based on ultrasonic technology and even meet the challenges associated with low temperature flow measurement.
Charles Dowling, Business Development Manager at Morgan Advanced Materials, explains that they can provide customized solutions to meet customer's precise requirements for specifications. Their best solutions are based on their forward-looking insights into piezoelectric materials and components manufacturing processes ahead of the world. Through extensive prototyping capabilities, they can provide comprehensive ABS Sensor design and production services for challenging materials and technologies used in sensor and sensing applications.
Morgan offers a range of custom sensors that can be as low as 1.25 cm (0.5 in.) And typically between 50 kHz and 2 MHz. The shell material to titanium and stainless steel as the standard, according to the customer's application requirements to provide a range of alternative materials.
Ultrasonic sensors have a number of advantages over other alternative technologies. They are largely unaffected Throttle Position Sensor by the change in the dielectric properties of the liquid and can provide better reliability and accuracy over a long period of time due to the absence of moving parts.