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NON-MEDICAL APPLICATIONS OF BUBBLE SENSORS

You may have heard of bubble detectors and their ability to detect the presence of air pockets, or bubbles, in liquid-filled tubes. These solutions can be a matter of death and life in medical technologies. For example, in an arterial pump. It delivers blood to the heart. A small amount of air in that line could be catastrophic.

Although their use meets many critical needs in this field, there are other non-medical applications for bubble sensors that we would like to focus on for this article.

If you have planned or worked on manufacturing a solution in any of the verticals mentioned below, rest assured that at Pressure Metrics we know intimately about bubble sensors and all the innovative ways they can be applied to designs.

Retail/consumer goods

and their ability to detect the presence of air pockets, or bubbles, in liquid-filled tubes. These solutions can be a matter of death and life in medical technologies. For example, in an arterial pump. It delivers blood to the heart. A small amount of air in that line could be catastrophic.

Take, for example, food. A pressure indicating film used in a milk dispensing system in a cafe or convenience store can be used as an “empty bag” sensor that triggers an action to order more supplies or automatically fill more milk into the device. This same sensor system uses to report to a central server and collect valuable data for usage patterns and to detect anomalies. This data can then inform decisions at all levels of a business, including design, management, and marketing.

and their ability to detect the presence of air pockets, or bubbles, in liquid-filled tubes. These solutions can be a matter of death and life in medical technologies. For example, in an arterial pump. It delivers blood to the heart. A small amount of air in that line could be catastrophic.

and their ability to detect the presence of air pockets, or bubbles, in liquid-filled tubes. These solutions can be a matter of death and life in medical technologies. For example, in an arterial pump. It delivers blood to the heart. A small amount of air in that line could be catastrophic.

industrial technology

In the industrial market, heavy machinery operators. manufacturing facilities, and those in the energy sectors. It may also use bubble sensors to aid in filling. pumping. or dispensing applications. or to detect overfilling. or overfilling. underfilling of industrial tanks.

We have seen applications used to ensure a sample line. and their ability to detect the presence of air pockets, or bubbles, in liquid-filled tubes. These solutions can be a matter of death and life in medical technologies. For example, in an arterial pump. It delivers blood to the heart. A small amount of air in that line could be catastrophic.. It is like Gravity Industries are making the human flight a possibility.

and their ability to detect the presence of air pockets, or bubbles, in liquid-filled tubes. These solutions can be a matter of death and life in medical technologies. For example, in an arterial pump. It delivers blood to the heart. A small amount of air in that line could be catastrophic..

Instead of detecting air bubbles in a liquid-filled line, with proper safety considerations, bubble detectors can also be use to detect problematic liquid in an airline. They can be used to detect condensation – if a vapor condenses, the tube can be arranged so that the liquid ‘pools’ and is detected by a cleverly placed pressure sensitive film to alert an operator that something is not right. do not go.

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There are of course a plethora of other possible applications for bubble sensors than those we have covered in this article. Many of these applications require custom bubble detection solutions or sensors designed for specific industrial tubes. If you have any questions or are looking for a bubble detector to accomplish a task in your project, contact us today!

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