The Dynatrol® CL-10HY Density Cell and Series 2000 Digital Density Converter can measure the temperature and density of an ethylene glycol process stream. Applications may include antifreeze and deicing fluid, also for use in manufacturing of resins and polyester fibers in the plastics industry, as well as removing water vapor during natural gas production.
How it works: The Series 2000 Digital Density Converter processes basic information from the Density Cell to calculate density at a reference temperature. The process value can be used to calculate the specific gravity, Baumé and percent concentration. This information is made available to the operator or process engineer.
The standard Series 2000 has an analog output corresponding to either of these process variables. Optionally, it can be programmed to have two analog outputs that can be calibrated for any two process variables. (Density, Temperature, Baumé, Specific Gravity, Percent Concentration)
Dynatrol® Density Systems and Viscosity Systems can be used to measure a variety of substances regularly seen in the petroleum and petrochemical industries.
- Diesel fuel
- Ethane Gas
- Jet Fuel
- Jet A Fuel
- Natural Gas
The Petrochemical application software provided with the Digital Converter calculates the specific gravity, percent concentration, API Gravity, etc. using the density and temperature information generated by the CL-10HY.
- Bunker C
- Crude Blends
- Crude Oil
- Fuel Oils
- Heavy Oils
- Light Ends
- Lubricating Oils
- Vacuum Tower Bottoms
The Dynatrol® Viscosity Systems are used for the measurement or testing of liquid viscosity of paint, coatings, ink and many other industrial coating applications. Dynatrol® Density Systems, Bulk Solids Level Detectors and Liquid Level Detectors also have applications within the paints and coatings industry.
Viscosity & Density Measurement
Dynatrol® Viscosity Systems are used for measurement, testing and control of viscosity. The Dynatrol® Density Systems are designed for continuous measurement and control of density or percent concentration. Both are used in the following industrial applications:
- Acetone Based Emulsions
- Adhesive Rubber Coatings
- Asphalt Coatings and Filled Asphalt
- Automotive Paints
- Conformal Coatings for Printed Circuit Boards
- Epoxy Resins
- Metal Coatings
- Nitrile Latex
- Sizing and Starch Coatings for Paper and Paperboard
- Thermal Cure Coatings
- Urethane Resins
- Varnishes and Wood Furniture Finishes
- and more...
Bulk Solids Level Detectors
The Dynatrol® Series of Bulk Solids Level Detectors are used for high, mid and low point level detection for powder coating materials and broad range of dry bulk solids.
Liquid Level Detectors
The Dynatrol® Series of Liquid Level Detectors are used for high, mid and low point level detection for liquids or slurries.
The oleum application software is designed to use the temperature and density information that comes from the CL-10HY cell to calculate product density at a reference temperature, specific gravity and percent free SO3 concentration or the output can be expressed as a sulfuric acid concentration.
Automation Products, Inc. uses the same reference tables used by oleum manufacturers to cross check results generated by our oleum correction software.The CL-10HY and Series 2000 combination have been used to measure oleum for chemical applications and acid mixing.
Our Dynatrol® density cells can be supplied with tantalum media contact parts as well as carpenter 20, stainless steel and other alloys that can be chosen for your specific application.
The Dynatrol® GSS Level Detector is designed for high, intermediate, or low-point level detection of bulk solids. It is constructed to handle extremely lightweight applications that are difficult to measure or detect. The CL-10GSS is versatile enough to operate successfully with consistent results on difficult product like fine, low density powders and materials as light as 1/2 lb. per cubic foot.
Extremely Lightweight Powders
The Dynatrol® GSS Level Detector is designed for application to either high, intermediate, or low-point level detection of bulk solids. It is constructed to handle extremely lightweight applications that are difficult to measure or detect a reading. It is versatile enough to operate successfully with consistent results on difficult product applications such as fine, low density powders and materials as light as 1/2 lb. per cubic foot.
Used on the following applications:
- Coffee Bean Shells
- Coffee Chaff
- Dicalcium Phosphate
- Fiber Glass
- Glass Wool
- Ground Paper
- Peanut Skins
- Polyester Fluff
- Polymer Powder