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FCI Flow/Level Measurement Product and Services Catalog CD

Featuring best practices information, helpful case studies and applications notes, the new FCI Flow/Level Measurement Product and Services Catalog CD Release 14.0 from Fluid Components International (FCI) provides a wide range of innovative instrument solutions that lower operating costs, increase process productivity and reduce plant maintenance. The new 2013-2014 FCI CD Catalog assists engineers in specifying the right flow, level or temperature instrument for improving plant process control lines or increasing OEM equipment performance.

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