Parsum inline particle probes can be used in a wide range of application areas in the chemical industry, providing valuable measurements for the monitoring, control and optimisation of numerous processes. The continuous display of the particle size distribution makes it possible not only to significantly reduce the effort required for manual sampling and laboratory measurements, but it also helps generate a deeper process understanding, which in turn makes it possible to take new optimisation steps and to ensure maximum system utilisation, increased product quality, fewer defective batches, quicker product changeovers and much, much more.
The probes can be used for a wide range of different applications, from mixing, grinding, granulation, agglomerating and drying processes through to the monitoring of sieving processes, both in batch-based and continuous production.
All particles – whether powders, granulates, fibres or various granular materials – can be measured either when free-falling in pipelines, during conveyor-belt transfers, at a sieve outlet, during pneumatic conveying or in liquid streams. Solutions for use in potentially explosive environments are also available. The IPP 75 probe is suitable for use for very large process vessels and can be supplied in any length required.