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WIKA Gauges in Stock at Lesman
It may be cliche, but it's true: Time is money.
That's why we've expanded our stock offering of WIKA general industrial and process gauges: So when you can't afford to wait, they're available. Place your orders for in-stock WIKA gauges, and they'll ship the same day. And since most of our customers are within a next-day zone for UPS Ground, they can be at your door within 24 hours.
Popular ranges of these models are in stock at Lesman:
* Coming soon to our online store
Need a liquid fill? A chemical seal? Our team can help. Using vacuum chamber technology, we can ensure consistently perfect fills and highest possible gauge accuracy. We'll even help you pick the right seal and gauge for your application. Want to learn more? Read about our vacuum chamber technology and chemical seal assembly service.
See our full offering of WIKA dry and liquid-filled pressure gauges, and place your orders through our secure online store.
Free Flame Safety Device Disposal Service
In an effort to participate as a Community Green Neighbor and Partner, Lesman is service as a collection point for the transfer and disposal of discarded flame safety sensors, scanners, and controllers.
This includes anything from infrared flame detectors with lead sulfide and photocell detectors with silicon and cesium oxide to argon/helium gas fill and silicone dioxide components in UV flame detectors and scanners, and any non-ROHS lead solder in scanners and flame safeguard controls.
Here’s a short (non-exclusive) list of the types of devices that should be returned to Lesman for safe disposal. If your exact model isn’t listed, send it in anyway, and we’ll make sure it’s disposed of properly.
To take advantage of this no-charge service, just send your retired flame safety devices to Lesman, 135 Bernice Dr, Bensenville IL 60106, Attention: Green Disposal.
Lesman Training News
Grab the Last Seats for Siemens Level/Flow Class
Found an opening in your schedule this week? It's not too late to join us for Siemens Level and Flow Technology classes, tomorrow and Thursday.
Our Siemens instructors will cover magnetic, mass, and ultrasonic flowmeters, point level, mechanical level, and ultrasonic, radar, and guided wave radar for continuous level applications.
All course materials and lunch provided by Lesman.
See our website for the full agenda and registration information.
Last-minute seats still available.
Webinar: Mass Flow 101
Please join next Tuesday, June 17, at 9am central time, as Siemens' Eric Heilveil presents Mass Flow 101.
In this free 45-minute webinar, Eric will explain how mass flowmeters operation, applications for mass flow, the differences between volumetric flow and mass flow, why you'd use coriolis flow sensors, and recent improvements in coriolis. The session will end with a live Q&A.
See what other training is available. Visit the Lesman Training Center.
Lesman Training News
40 Hours of Free Video Training
Are you short on training budget and time? Need to get your newer staff up to speed on technology and instrumentation? Over the last several years, Lesman has been producing webinars on much-needed topics, to help our customers make the most out of their instrumentation. And all of our webinars are available online, free to watch anytime you need them.
Past sessions have covered everything from pressure, temperature, level, and flow measurement, control, and communications to process valving, combustion control, and safety instrumented systems.
View these popular topics and more:
Visit the Lesman Training Center for a complete list of available recordings.
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Check out our full list of free webinar recordings, on topics ranging from industrial wireless technologies, dry solids level measurement, flame safety and combustion control, to pressure and temperature switches, industrial communications, and liquid concentration measurement.
For more technical tips on instrumentation and applications, see the Lesman blog