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Estimating Installation Costs for Automatic Tank Gauges

Determining which automatic tank gauge works for a specific application is more complex than simply comparing product prices or performance specifications. There are numerous factors associated with installing a gauge that can inflate costs and cause an operator to exceed budget. These factors can lead to expenses that overshadow the…

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Lee Aiken is the Global Market Segment Leader, Liquid Level for MTS Sensors and an active member of API committees for Ch. 3.1b and Ch. 18.2. With over 12 years of experience with automatic tank gauging, he has been published in several magazines, hosted webinars, and taught at ISHM. Aiken has a Master’s of Business Administration (MBA) and a bachelor’s in electrical engineering from North Carolina State University.

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