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Comprehensive density measurement for many chemicals

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Dynatrol

Dynatrol

The CL 10HY-V2 density cell and Series 2000 density digital converter (photo, p. 37) can be used to measure the density of ammonium hydroxide, caustic soda, ethylene glycol, methanol, nitric acid, oleum, phosphoric acid, sodium chloride and sodium hydroxide. The CL10HY-V2 cell is double-sealed for protection against leaks and provides density measurement for high-pressure service up to 1,480 psig. It is available in a variety of corrosion-resistant metals and is explosion-proof. The Series 2000 converter has an onboard microcontroller and requires no programming from the user. The software provided with the converter calculates the gravity using the density and temperature information generated by the CL10HY-V2. A two-line LCD screen displays the temperature, density, product frequency and status. — Dynatrol, a division of Automation Products, Inc., Houston

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