Thermo Scientific™

ConsistencyPRO Density Gauge for Consistency in Pulp and Paper

Eliminate the need for pipe modification and process downtime with the innovative Thermo Scientific™ ConsistencyPRO Density Gauge for Consistency in Pulp and Paper. It redefines the standard for consistency measurement. The system is completely non-intrusive and is not affected by pressure, viscosity, corrosives, or abrasives. The system simply mounts around the existing process pipe. For ease of installation, the ConsistencyPRO combines an improved scintillation-based detector with the power of a smart transmitter in an explosion-proof housing.

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  • Non-contacting design makes the ConsistencyPRO ideal for all consistency applications
  • Integrated transmitter/detector reduces installation and wiring costs
  • Easy-to-use English language user interface makes for simple set-up and calibration through the TM Communicator
  • Self-diagnostic and alarm history software reduce troubleshooting time
  • CSA/ATEX approved/CE Mark
  • Precision: Maximum accuracy of ±0.0005 g/cc. Dependent upon field calibration, reference data and system configuration
  • Repeatability: ±0.0005 g/cc (99% confidence) typical conditions; repeatability of 0.1% consistency
  • Stability: Drift less than ±0.05% of radiation change over 6 months
  • Resolution: Analog output 16-bit Internal instrumental IEEE754 floating point
  • Ambient Temperature Field: ±0.009% of radiation change per °C; ±0.006% of radiation change per °C± for 3680XB designated transmitters
  • Gamma Ray Type: Cs-137 or Co-60, both stainless steel, doubly encapsulated
  • Size: 10 to 10,000mCi Cs-137 or 1,000 to 3,000mCi Co-60
  • Detector/Electronics: PVT plastic scintillator with wide dynamic range (PVT resists shock and moisture damage; accepts all voltages from 90 to 250 VAC 50/60 Hz and/or 18 to 36 VDC; should loss of AC power occur, the unit switches to DC power automatically


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