Melting temperatures <400°C
Emptying the container for non-ferrous metals up to a melting temperature of 400°C. Emptying of containers with liquid molten metal is always a critical process and can be a safety risk. Precimeter has developed a pump system with a round pump that makes the process controllable and safe.
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Melting temperatures <800°C
For stationary, non-tilting melting furnaces, there is often the need to cover large distances in order to tap the molten mass in conjunction with considerable mechanical effort, which under certain circumstances influences the statistics of the furnace and the building. In order to automate removal of the molten mass, Precimeter GmbH has developed a system based on an electromagnetic pump (flat channel pump).
Filter monitoring 1
Two inductive sensors (PLP) and a special electronic system were developed in order to be able to supervise filters. A difference signal is processed by the measuring electronics to allow supervision of the process cycle.
Monitoring with inductive sensors
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Filter monitoring 2
Two inductive sensors and two electronic systems were developed in order to be able to supervise filters. The changing levels, seen in the following example, are measured before and after the filter. The sensor signal before the filter can be used to control a tilting furnace. The sensor signal after the filter activates the alarm for a filter change.
With a laser sensor different processes can be controlled and monitored during channel filling, such as tilting furnace or plug control.
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Using an inductive sensor (PLP) and the appropriate electronics, different processes can be controlled and monitored during channel filling, such as tilting furnace or plug control.
For an open crucible, furnace or well the laser triangulation sensors are a good solution for measuring the level without any contact with the melt.
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In closed chambers or pressurized furnaces the inductive sensors can provide continuos reading or function as a High level or fully charged indication.