Detekce bezpečných médií během procesu plnění a přenosu
• Reliable, non-invasive media detection with clamp-on ultrasonic transducers mounted on the outside of the pipe
• Effective increase in plant, operational and working safety
• Unrestricted process-focussed measurement method, significant measuring effect
• Practically maintenance-free measurement, no wear due to mechanical stress or chemical corrosion
-10 °C ... +60 °C|
0 °C ... +40 °C|
NaClO/HCl, NaClO/HNO3,, NaClO/H2SO4, NaOH/HCl,<br />NaOH/HNO3, NaOH/H2SO4, H2SO4/HCl (others on request)<br /><br />With the following concentrations:<br />NaClO (Sodium Hypochlorite) 12...16%<br />NaOH (Sodium Hydroxide) 30...50%<br />H2SO4 (Sulphuric Acid) 93...100%<br />HCl ((Hydrochloric Acid) 15...37%<br />HNO3 (Nitric Acid) 50...65%|
1 temperature input|
Recognised state-of-the-art in accordance with national rules for the handling of hazardous substances|
1 current output, 1 binary output|
Stationary ultrasonic measurement system for non-invasive detection of a fluid from 2 fluids (standard version) or one fluid from 5 fluids (extended version) during tank filling or transfer.<br />On the basis of reliable fluid detection by means of the PIOX®ID, misfuelling and thereby a hazardous mix-up of fluids can be prevented.|
DN25, DN 32, DN40, DN50, DN65|
SS, PVC, PE (others on request)|
|Protection class acc. to IEC/EN 60529||
PIOX® ID determines the acoustic velocity of the medium using clamp-on ultrasonic transducers mounted on the outside of the filling lines. The acoustic velocity is a substance-specific variable and constant at a given temperature.
Given the acoustic velocity’s dependence on the media temperature, this is also measured by PIOX® ID.
If the acoustic velocities of two media differ, these can be identified by way of measurement. In particular, since the acoustic velocities of acids and alkalis are very different from one another, the safety function can be implemented easily and reliably due to the significant measuring effect.
– Sodium hypochlorite
– Sodium hydroxide
– Nitric acid
– Hyrdochloric acid