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With decades of proven performance in industries as diverse as oil refining, petro-chem, steel, and pulp/paper manufacturing, our detectors provide level and density measurement, enabling our customers to minimize downtime while maintaining worker safety.
Building on proven technology we offer a line of robust non-contacting nucleonic gauges resistant to high temps, vibration, and harsh environments to provide confident insights to critical processes.
Our range of density measurement gauges help to reduce cost and maintenance of your workflow in a variety of industrial applications. Eliminate process downtime with our density gauges in pulp and paper, or measure density variables within the mineral processing, petrochemical, food, water treatment, dredging and power industries.
The DensityPRO series uses a small source that emits up to 50% less radiation, increasing worker safety, reducing capital costs, and complying with global ECO requirements.
Precisely monitor fluid density including PPG, PPA and SGU with the compact and rugged Thermo Scientific SGD-O Density Gauge for Fracturing and Cementing. Engineered to endure high shock and vibration as well as withstand the extreme moisture and high humidity of oilfield environments.
The innovative CutPRO Smart Density Transmitter redefines the standard for gamma-based °API Measurement. It combines an improved scintillation-based detector with the power of a “smart” transmitter in an explosion proof housing.
Eliminate the need for pipe modification and process downtime with the innovative Thermo Scientific ConsistencyPRO Density Gauge for Consistency in Pulp and Paper. The system is completely non-intrusive and is not affected by pressure, viscosity, corrosives, or abrasives.
Backed by 40 years of neutron backscatter product expertise, the InterfacePRO Gauge is engineered to respond instantaneously to density and level changes, enabling operators to avoid process upsets such as tank overspills and other hazardous conditions.
Easily and conveniently install the Thermo Scientific 3680 Smart Density Transmitter around existing process pipe to reduce installation and wiring costs.
Accurately measure the density or percent solids of a liquid or slurry in a pipe for any application with the Thermo Scientific DDG3 Digital Density Gauge. Now with latest controller and communications protocols options, this non-intrusive, non-contact nuclear density gauge is suitable for applications containing a high temperature, highly toxic or highly corrosive process.
Reliably measure density or density related variables within the oil and gas, petrochemical, and power industries with Thermo Scientific Sarasota gas and oil density meters. Our meters offer near real-time control signal availability and ensure plant efficiency and vitality.
The composition of any gas is often characterized by its density or specific gravity. Thermo Scientific Sarasota gas density meters provide continuous, online monitoring of the density, or density related variables, to instantly detect any variation of process constituents or final product quality. The results are improved productivity, minimized product waste and reduced costs by providing real-time control as opposed to sampling methods.
Thermo Scientific Sarasota liquid density meters utilize the proven vibrating element design which is widely accepted as the most accurate method of continuous, online density measurement. Compact and lightweight, the density meters tolerate significant plant vibration and can be installed directly into existing pipe work without the need for upstream flow conditioning or instrument supports.
Measure the density, pressure and temperature of dry and wet gases with the Thermo Scientific Sarasota SG901 (formerly SG900) Specific Gravity Analyzer, a self-contained bypass sample conditioner. The compact model features fast response and continuous, high accuracy measurements to 0.2% of reading, making it an ideal choice for a variety of applications.
Use the Thermo Scientific Sarasota RTR900 Instrument Retractor with the Thermo Scientific Sarasota ID900 gas density meter in high-pressure measurement applications. This screw jack allows insertion and removal of the ID900 under operational line conditions, allowing measurement at true process conditions.
Achieve optimum data processing with Thermo Scientific CM515 and HME900 Density Converter Electronics. Thermo Scientific density meters or specific gravity analyzers are available with either a HART compatible, field-mounted density converter or a control room-based unit. Both instruments provide high-integrity calculations of density and density-related variables to ensure effective custody transfer and process optimization.
Thermo Scientific gamma level gauges offer easy-to-use and accurate continuous level measurements, while our low-maintenance continuous, point, and tilt point devices are helping to redefine the standards for gamma-based measurement systems.
Easy-to-use and offering accurate continuous level measurements using a smaller source, the Thermo Scientific LevelPRO Series of gauges are well suited for a variety of industrial applications.
Optimize delayed coking operations with the Thermo Scientific KRILPRO Neutron Backscatter Foam Level/Interface Device. Rugged and compact, this non-contacting device enables refiners to maximize coke drum output per cycle while significantly reducing anti-foam usage.
Mount the Thermo Scientific PNF Point Level Switch on tanks, bins, hoppers, pipes, chutes or other vessels to sense the level of liquids, slurries, and solids. It is is a non-contacting, non-invasive point level switch for high- or low-level indication.
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Hydrocarbon processing in today’s petrochemical industry demands greater process control, as well as an increase in process efficiency and safety. Coking is a refinery unit operation that produces petroleum coke. When neutron backscatter and gamma transmission methods are used in conjunction, called “Hybrid Coking Level,” they can offer superior insight into the process changes than if either method was used alone.