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Non radioactive ultrasonic sensor measuring suspended solids density

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article image Chemtrack’s sensor uses non-radioactive ultrasound technology to measure the density of suspended solids in various applications

Chemtrack presents a new range of sensors designed to use non-radioactive ultrasound technology to measure and monitor the density of suspended solids in various applications.

Chemtrack’s suspended solids density meter measures and monitors the density of mix tank inflow, process slurries, silt in raw water, and backwash/wastewater sludge in tanks, pipes, re-circulation loops and clarifiers, and automates sludge removal.

The sensor assists operators with the adjustment of fluid, particulate or chemical amounts for preferred concentrations, enabling them to program underflow pumps to automatically shut off before biosolids become too thin. The sensor also helps them determine polymer dosages for improved filter press/ centrifuge/ digester performance. Changes in density will additionally alert the operator to breaks in filtration material.

Chemtrack’s new sensor is non-intrusive in design, and simple to install, calibrate and clean.

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