The Evasser bin aerator from Monitor Technologies is a device used to promote the flow of dry bulk powders from a storage vessel without the noise and damaging vibration caused by pneumatic or electric vibrators.
Read more: Bulletin 943
The Model TC-3X and TC-1 units can be used as high level indicators to eliminate bin overflow or to control the levels in open piles.
Read more: Bulletin 633
TrueCap® RF capacitance probes are designed to provide a high level of sensitivity, stability and durability for powder, bulk solids, liquids and slurry applications.
Read more: Bulletin 413
||Cable Based Smart Sensor
The SiloPatrol® SE Inventory Monitoring System is the first truly robust
cable-based smart sensor system. It is a field-proven approach to reliably monitoring the level of materials in bins, silos and tanks up to 45.7 m in height.
Read more: Bulletin 343A
||Rotary Paddle Units
Economical point level control sensors for the detection of dry bulk materials.
Read more: Bulletin 213
These flush mount, non-intrusive BINATROL® units are ideally used
when vessel size or internal clearance is limited, or where protrusion into a vessel is not acceptable.
Read more: Bulletin 623
||Microwave Solids Flow Detectors
Monitor's line of microwave solids flow monitors are high quality, industrial grade instruments capable of providing a signal indicating the flow/no-flow condition of solids and powders in gravity chutes, feeders and pneumatic pipelines. The Model SFD-2 Solids Flow Detector provides relay outputs that can be set up to indicate changes in the target flow stream (on/off). The Model SFI Solids Flow Indicator provides an analog output, which varies with changing conditions of the material flow stream. These non-contact monitors contain no moving parts or probes that can wear out or break off in the material flow, thus ensuring process integrity.
The SFD-2 and SFI use low power microwaves to sense motion within the chute or pipeline being monitored. Microwaves are virtually unaffected by ambient noise and light, heat, humidity, pressure, vacuum, high or low temperatures or dust. This provides maximum effectiveness in typical industrial application environments. These advantages over sonic or mechanical flow monitors make microwave technology the best choice for solids flow monitoring.
Features of the SFD-2 and SFI Solid Flow Detectors include:
Read more: Bulletin 813
- sense light and heavy materials with small or large particles
- non-contact sensor detects flow through most non-metallic surfaces
- the non-intrusive flush mounting results in no probe protruding into the material flow
- the SFD-2 unit provides relay outputs and convenient remote electronics
- the SFI Solids Flow Indicator provides variable analog signal
- both sensors include CSA Class II, Division I Approval for hazardous locations
Read more: Bulletin 343B
Solid state, compact capacitance unit for point level indication
Read more: Bulletin 453
||Vibratory Probes - PZP
The vibrating probe principle eliminates problems associated
with temperature, humidity and material changes, while
providing state-of-the-art electronic reliability and accuracy
that requires no calibration. The Model PZP provides the ultimate in sensitivity and performance.
Read more: Bulletin 523
||Vibratory Probe - VibraRod
The vibrating probe eliminates the problems associated with
temperature humidity and material changes, while providing
state-of-the-art electronic reliability and accuracy that
requires no calibration. The VibraRod provides reliable point
level sensing in a wide variety of powder and bulk solids.
Read more: Bulletin 533
||Dust Alarm Detector
The DustAlarm® Broken Bag Detector provides reliable and economical detection of leaks and filter failures in many powder and bulk solids industries.
Read more: Bulletin 723
||Flexar Guided Wave Radar
The FlexarTM continuous level measurement system is a smart guided
wave radar device used for monitoring the level of powders, granules
and other bulk solids. It is also suitable for use with many liquids. It can
be used in a wide assortment of vessels and industries for measuring
levels at up to 200ft (60m) in height.
Read more: Bulletin 353A