Dynatrol® Bulk Solids Level Detectors Are Built to Last through Tough Conditions
Built in the USA, Dynatrol® point level detectors are constructed for a long operating life. They have proven reliable; many have been in service for 25 and 30 years. These bulk solids level indicators are designed for high, intermediate or low point level detection. They require no adjustments and have no moving parts, resulting in low operating costs.
Dynatrol® shows its strength when handling abrasive materials. Its rugged design and vibrating probe prevents build-up and ensures the most reliable level measurement. It can be used in bins or tanks for problem applications where other types of controls may fail to operate. These applications include sand, gravel, rock, crushed stone, ore, talc mine, crushed dolomite, and recycled crushed concete, as well as lightweight aggregates: clay, pumice, perlite, vermiculite, etc.
Any Dynatrol® Bulk Solids Level Detector is available as a sealed and suspended model for use where a side wall mount is not practical. Additional models are also obtainable for detection of the interface level between liquids and solids (e.g. clay/water, sand/water).
About Automation Products, Inc.
Automation Products, Inc., established in 1956, develops, manufactures and markets the Dynatrol® line of industrial density and viscosity measurement systems, plus accurate and rugged level detectors for liquids, slurries, or bulk solids. Every Dynatrol® product is built specifically to provide the best possible solution for each product application.
The Dynatrol® line of process measurement and process control instrumentation has proven dependable in a wide variety of industries. They are found throughout the world in the feed and grain, food, mining, pharmaceutical, power plants, pulp & paper and concrete industries.
For more information about Dynatrol®, visit www.dynatrolusa.com
Or call us at 713-869-0361
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