Thermo Fisher Discontinues Nuclear Gauges
As of January 30th, 2020, Thermo Fisher Scientific has discontinued production of their nuclear density gauges used to measure the density of slurries.
The details were announced via a product bulletin on their website.
“At Thermo Fisher Scientific, we continually evaluate our global operations and product portfolios to identify opportunities to improve efficiency and effectiveness in meeting the needs of our global customers.
After a careful and thorough review of our Environmental and Process Monitoring business, we have decided to discontinue our Nuclear Level and Density product line, effective January 31, 2020.”
Thermo Fisher Scientific
The products impacted by this decision are listed below:
|Product Description||Product Model||Replacement|
|Gamma density gauge||DensityPRO (MS2011DU,
|Gamma level gauge||LevelPRO (MS2011LU1,
|NAI density gauge||DensityPRO NAI (NS2011I,
|3680 Smart density
|3680, CutPRO, ConsistencyPRO||None|
|InterfacePRO for level,
density, and interface
|SGD-O density gauge for
|SGDO Density Gauge||None|
|PNF Point level gauge||PNF Point Level Switch||None|
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