3 Reasons the MPX-E Chemical Excels in Aggressive Chemical Environments

Head and neck of APG's new MPX-E ChemicalAPG’s new Chemically Resistant Magnetostrictive Level Transmitter, the MPX-E Chemical, is built specifically for harsh chemical environments. While our other MPX probes, the MPX-E, MPX-R, and MPX-F, use bare 316L stainless steel for the stem, the MPX-E Chemical has a special chemical resistant coating on the stem, allowing it to perform exceptionally in situations that would, quite literally, eat a stainless steel sensor. Let’s look at a couple reasons the MPX-E Chemical works so well in such tough places.

Top 10 Measurement Expert Posts in 2016

Here we are at the end of 2016. We at the Measurement Experts blog appreciate your readership this year. You visited this blog more than 52,000 times this year, with more than 8,000 views on the most popular post. So, thanks for coming by!

The posts you read tell us which topics hold the most interest for you, our readers. To that end, we’ve gathered the 10 posts with the most visits in 2016. These are the posts that you read the most.

So, without further delay, the Top 10 Measurement Expert posts in 2016:

Santa's PG7 Altimeter

Santa's Sleigh and ReindeerDuring the holiday season each year, we often hear familiar questions:

  1. Is Santa real?
  2. How do reindeer fly?
  3. How can Santa deliver presents to the whole world in one night?

  4. Or my favorite:
  5. What keeps Santa and his reindeer from passing out when flying at high altitudes?

While the first three questions are better left to other experts, APG provided a solution for question #4: