Interfacial Level & Batch Separation Detection


Interfacial Level Measurement

ESPRO represent Aquasant Messtechnik AG on an exclusive basis, who is a Swiss company specialised in measurement and control technologies for more than 30 years. It is known for its innovative highest quality products.

Industries Includes:

  • Chemical
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Petrochemical
  • Biotech
  • Food Industry

it offers solutions for:

  • Interfacial Level Measurement
  • Separation Measurement
  • Concentration Measurement
  • Product Identification
  • Continuous Level Measurement
  • Foam & Power detection
  • Turbidity measurement
  • Dosing systems for sterile filling

Interface detection for batch or continuous separation of two not mixable liquids

The interface layer measuring unit MIQ 8130 handles the digital data signal transmitted by the measuring electronic.

Via this signal line the on site measuring electronic receives also the intrinsically safe power supply. A modern operation and calibration concept with automatic calculation of the measuring range allows an extremely time saving commissioning of the analogue measurement. Measured value and percentage can be selected to be shown on the display.

As output signals you have at disposal, a mA analogue signal corresponding to the actual filling level, as well as one relay output.

The film keypad with function and full-graphics display ensures a user friendly and safe operation.

Interface detection for batch or continuous separation of two not mixable liquids
  • Impedance measuring principle
  • Easy commissioning/start up
  • Full-graphics display
  • Menu-driven parameterization German / English / French
  • Measuring unit data and tag number are saveable
  • Protected key-in of parameters
  • Measured values processing in microprocessor technology
  • One measuring input for MTI/probe connection
  • Analogue output 4 – 20 mA galvanic separated, max. burden 750 Ohm
  • Self monitoring circuit from the probe to the relays
  • System and cable failure monitoring at 4-20 mA operation
  • Fault message programmable on analogue output: 0.5-4.0 mA / 20,0-.22,0 mA
  • Fault message displayed with time/date
  • static or dynamic limit value transmitter
  • programmable drift compensation
  • Two relays limit switch outputs
  • mA-output and limit switch simulation
  • USB-/ RS 485-interface
  • Supply 24 V AC/DC ATEX independent of polarity
  • Hazardous area certified version II (2) G [Ex ia] IIC / [Exd ia]; SEV 09 ATEX 0132; CE 1254 EMV STS 024 CE

Type: MIQ 8130 IIC V1.1x 24V A/G  Article-Nr.: xxxx

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Continuous interfacial layer measurement

Continuous interfacial layer measurement

With customized bar probes

Reliable interface level detection and control, directly in the decanter, with interface bar probes.

All bar probes are customized to the customer’s specifications.

The bar probes do correspond for geometrical sizes and for the material in contact with the product to the requirements of the customer.

Special materials as titanium, zirconium Zr 702, tantalum, hastelloy, inconel, glass, ceramic etc …

Batch separation of two liquid phases

With the electronic inspection glass

With the electronic inspection glass

Reliable phase separation of two non-mixable liquids directly in the pipeline with the interface detector pipe probes

Pipe probe Type: TSS80 DN .. SF MTI 50/0 AG2 Fix
The pipe probes TSS80 are available in different versions.

Nominal diameters: DN 32/40, 50, 80, 100, ANSI 2″, 3″
Process connection: flat flange or aseptic
Hazardous area: II 1/2 G Ex d ia IIC T6 SEV 09 ATEX 133 X CE 0036/0499

Protection housing: IP 65 powder coated (blue) or stainless steel with laser inscription, screwed cable gland M16x1.5
Factory calibrated, no calibration required at commissioning/start-up

Impulse radar filling level probes for the good value use

Impulse radar filling level probes for the good value use

ATDR Radar Level Transmitter

The TDR measuring principle ensures a reliable measurement of all products.

Low-energy, high-frequency electromagnetic impulses, generated by the sensor’s circuitry, are propagated along the probe which is immerged in the media to be measured.
When these impulses hit the surface of the liquids or solids, part of the impulse energy is reflected up the electrode.

The level is calculated from the time difference between the impulses sent and the impulses reflected and converted to an analog active standard signal of 4-20 mA.

The settings can be done on site at the sensor or via HART.

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