Quadbeam 4 beam

Four-beam technology from Quadbeam

As the engineer or plant manager, you need to ensure that you constantly reduce costs, improve efficiency and deliver excellent quality to your customers.

Quadbeam Technologies offers us the Four-Beam Technology where they can ensure your operations perform at the best they can.

 

What is the Four-Beam Technology all about?

The Four-Beam alternating light principal design is there to improve the reliability of your measurement of all optical suspended solids and turbidity instruments.

Very often most sensors won’t pick up what has caused an error if that cause is related to dirt or contamination on the sensor surface, or even because of ageing electronics.

This is because they are using a single-beam which is very limiting.  Quadbeam’s Four-Beam Technology ensures that all angles are taken into account throughout the process.

There is no drift with four beam sensors, whereas a single beam will drift a significant amount to make it an issue.

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So, how does Quadbeam differ from the other four-beam suppliers?

Quadbeam have not invented the four-beam process, but have most definitely improved upon it.  They are able to improve both reliability and performance, and isn’t that what you want?

 

Simple, but effective

With most things, having more than one is always better.  Essentially, Quadbeam Technologies have designed the alternating light principal, giving you two lights, and therefore two detectors.  They can compensate for the variations in both light intensity and detector sensitivity.  They do this via their ratio metric signalling system.  Two light sources are switched on and off alternatively and work with the two detectors simultaneously.

If you work in an industry where accuracy is paramount, get in touch with us at Morton Controls, and we will set you up with Quadbeam’s Four-Beam Technology.

 

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