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Pulsar Measurement

Stand: PA13

Pulsar Measurement is a worldwide leader in ultrasonic and radar instrumentation for wastewater, industrial, and environmental markets. Since 1986 we have developed, manufactured and marketed industrial level and flow monitoring instruments including ultrasonic level transmitters, clamp-on ultrasonic flow meters, and open channel flow meters.

Pulsar Measurement offers a range of products to help operators ensure that the process within the metals and mining industry is working consistently and efficiently. A range of non-contacting solutions means that downtime is minimal or non-existent, as well as easy to set up and manage for the operator. 


01684 891371


Cardinal Building
Enigma Commercial Centre
Sandy's Road
WR14 1JJ
United Kingdom

  • SingalFire Wireless Telemetry RANGER and Pulsar Measurement solutions are a powerful combination for the remote monitoring of flow, level, or volume.
  • Clamp-on pipe flow measurement for treated clean water, raw water, cooling water, chemicals, hydraulic oil, low-conductivity water, water/glycol solutions, and diesel and fuel oils. Portable and fixed ...
  • The DFM 6.1 and PDFM 6.1 provide clamp-on flow measurements to offer accurate and reliable flow measurements of abrasive or 'dirty' liquids from outside the pipe.
  • The dB Ultrasonic Trasndcuer series from Pulsar Measurement is a range of level sensors for wastewater and industrial environments. Ranging from 3 m (9.8 ft) to 40 m (131.2 ft) all of our ultrasonic l ...
  • Non-contacting radar level measurement. Providing the highest confidence in level measurement in the most challenging conditions.  
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