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9/14/2016

Density Analytics' Process Controller Density Meter

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Probe can be simply hung in a tank—cable length up to 100 feet—for ease of installation and operation.

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The Density Analytics controller density meter gives a digital display read-out of the specific gravity/liquid density of the process liquid media. The probe can be simply hung in a tank—cable length up to 100 feet—for ease of installation and operation. There is no need for additional pumping or plumbing with simplified routine customer self-calibration and standardization. Installation is low risk and easily retrofitable to any process application. A 4-20 ma analog output signal provides for control capabilities when interfaced with a PLC. Dual output 5 amp relays automatically control valves to maintain a desired target density. Instrument has indispensable applications in the automation and control of liquid mixing, blending and finishing processes. For information, call 856-797-1449 or visit densityanalytics.com.

 

 

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