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Density Meter
Density Meter

The Liquiphant M density meter from Endress+Hauser provides a direct on-line measurement of density and concentration, eliminating the need for expensive laboratory analysis. Its built-in density calculator can be end user customized with complex tables and mathematical interdependencies. Thanks to the on-line measurement the control system can take corrective actions immediately by performing closed-loop controls and react much faster to changing process conditions. For density calculation the device uses a mechanically oscillating fork with two tines that are each excited to resonant frequency. Changes in this resonant frequency are directly interrelated with the density of the medium.

Posted on April 16, 2010 - (3984 views)
Endress + Hauser
Christoph-Merian-Ring 23
4153 Reinach - Switzerland
+41-61-7157348
+41-61-7157301
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