Thanks to the continuous monitoring of the size distribution of the granules, the Parsum probe can detect at an early stage any separation during mixing, sieve breakages or sifting effects during the pneumatic transport of powders and granulates. Measurement using the Parsum probe makes it possible to operate processes optimally while significantly reducing or even eliminating off-spec materials.
The IPP 70-SL/IPP 75-S probe can be used to monitor the homogeneity of the mixture and agglomerate formation, even in very large intensive mixers. Batch-to-batch consistency and mixing quality can both be improved thanks to the inline monitoring.
The continuous and uninterrupted monitoring of critical sieving processes using particle probe IPP 70-S or IPP 80-P makes it possible to detect any sieve breakages immediately, avoiding rejects and saving energy and time. Constant quality is achieved thanks to the regulation of the feed quantity based on the particle size.
Powders and granulates are dispersed very effectively due to the high transport speeds in pneumatic transport, making particle measurement very accessible. Continuous particle measurement can be carried out in transport lines without a great deal of effort before the material is fed to the next process step. This ensures that very narrow quality limits are complied with on a consistent basis and that no off-spec products are used for further processing.
The transfer point or discharge of a conveyor belt is often the ideal location for inline particle measurement in a process or transport chain. The use of Parsum inline dispersers make it possible to take measurements in dense media near to the belt. This helps to avoid separation effects and provides reliable monitoring of the quality of the material being transported.