Electronic-free visual level indicators couple buoyant metal floats with internal magnets to track a liquid level. Watch as the flag colors change in relation to the large magnet. To learn more about the product behind the magnet rail assembly demonstration, visit our VLI2500 page.
The 2015 fiscal year is rapidly approaching its midpoint. Businesses often take this time to prioritize their remaining projects and reflect on what ventures will be carried out in the following year. It is also at this point that the array of looming deadlines and unfulfilled list of yearly goals determines how successful the next six months will be.
Metal is a vital material that is used in virtually every aspect of daily life. From automotive to electronics, metals play an important role in industrialization and fueling the global economy. Minerals that are smelted to produce the growing demand are mined in various locations throughout the world. While US citizens grow increasingly concerned about the source of the food on their plates, little attention is given to the source of another major resource: metal.
From the beginning, our company has prided itself on innovation from welding techniques to low-cost custom sensors. We have repeatedly stressed the idea so much that it has been at the forefront of our business names (Innovative Fusion, Innovative Solutions, Solutions With Innovation). However, while the company continues to grow on this foundation of engineering "innovative solutions" for industrial applications, the word has evolved from an abstract idea to a generic term that most companies have adopted. Therefore, it is time to define "innovation" on our terms.