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Use this probe for level detection with heavy materials

By Chemical Engineering |

BinMaster

BinMaster

This company’s stainless-steel HD probe (photo) can be attached to either the Procap I or Procap II capacitance probes. This rugged probe comes in a standard 8-in. length and features a shield that guards against false readings from material buildup on the probe. The wide diameter of the probe increases the surface area for maximum sensitivity and performance. It is suitable for use with temperatures up to 500°F, making it appropriate for challenging applications. Because the probe is solid and 1-in. in diameter, it is resistant to bending and extremely durable, says the manufacturer. It can be used for level detection in heavy materials, such as coal, aggregates, grains or other materials with a high bulk density. — BinMaster, Lincoln, Neb.

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