Quadbeam Technologies has two models available, the Immersion T30-IMM and the Hygienic T30-3HY.
Utilising Quadbeam’s four beam ratio-metric technology, with the 90 degrees Scattered and the Attenuated NIR, meeting ISO7027 standards, making it a truly unique turbidity sensor proving its reliability, repeatable ability and accurate measurement in many situations.
The measurement range is between 0 and 50 through to 0 to 1000NTU. Note that these measuring ranges will change dependent on the media and particle size. The simple user interface is easy to calibrate, and you will find you will have much better control over many processes.
Both Immersion and Sanitary configurations are available with Hygienic 3A certified and Immersion Styles Airjet Cleaner of Immersion Style approved.
SOME COMMON APPLICATIONS WITH THIS TURBIDITY METER
- Clarifier overflow weir monitoring
- Steam condensate and cooling water returns
- Surface water monitoring
- Solids that are loaded in streams and rivers
- Condensation water monitoring
- Filtration control and monitoring
- Measuring percentage solids in vegetables and fruit
- On plate heat exchangers – product breakthrough control
- From DAF plants, final outlet of effluent measurement
- Dairy plant loss control
MORE ON THE T30
There are two emitters and two detectors, which are set at 90 degrees to each other. As they pulse in sequence, two detector currents are produced, one from the detector at 90 degrees to the emitter (scattered light) and one from the detector opposite the emitter (attenuation). A Ratio-metric four beam signal processing compensates for changes in optical properties of emitters and detectors due to ageing and surface coating.
A standard built-in cleaner is available with the T30 submersible turbidity sensor from Quadbeam. The recommended cleaning method is with high pressure air with an optional biocide included. To protect the sensor fingers from impact, stainless steel support rods are designed to lift and protect the sensor fingers in rugged applications.
For more info on the T30 Turbidity Sensor from Quadbeam, reach out to Morton Controls today.