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Ramsey™ DE10 and DE20 Impact Weighers

Achieve continuous mass flow measurement in mechanical conveying systems without interrupting the flow of material using the Thermo Scientific™ Ramsey™ DE10 and DE20 Impact Weighers. Designed to measure the mass flow rate and total mass of free-flowing particulate materials, the Ramsey DE10 and DE20 Impact Weighers are ideal for applications in vertical flow streams where weigh feeders or conveyor scales will not fit or cannot be applied. Paired with the Thermo Scientific™ Ramsey™ Micro-Tech 9106 feeder controller.

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Description

The Ramsey DE10 and DE20 Impact Weighers Features:

Ramsey DE10 Advantages:
  • Unique design allows installation even in the most difficult process environments
  • Measurement is not affected by changing the impact point on the sensing plate
  • Build-up on the sensing plate cannot influence the zero point
  • Operates with high reliability and low maintenance
  • Mechanical damping system absorbs shocks and damps vibration
  • Sensor allows some overload without damage to the system
  • Sensor is located in a dust-tight enclosure external to the process stream
  • Operates accurately in pulsating or surging flows
Ramsey DE20 Advantages:
  • Capable of accurately measuring very low flows
  • Compact design fits easily into areas with limited room
  • Easy-to-install flange-to-flange fitting
  • Sensor located external to the process and protected by a dust-proof seal
  • Easily retrofitted to existing conveying, batching or delivery systems
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