17 November 2014

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measuring range: 0,5-2000 µm

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measuring range: 0,2 - 31,5 mm 

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measuring range: 0,5 - 2000 µm 

IPS K

measuring range: 0,4 - 300 µm 

IPS UA

measuring range: 0,5 - 2000 µm 

Averager

For particles up to 2 mm

IPS T

measuring range: 0,4 - 300 µm 

AWK D

measuring range: 50 - 4000 µm 

AWK B

measuring range: 1 - 130 mm 

IPS SAM

measuring range: 0,4 - 300 µm 

IPS L

measuring range: 0,2 - 600 µm 

IPS LCW

measuring range: 0,2 - 600 µm 

IPS U

measuring range: 0,5 - 600 µm 

IPS A

measuring range: 200 - 2000 µm 

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PURPOSE:

The instrument has been designed to measure concentration and grain-size distribution of particles irrespective of their physical and chemical properties. These include solid and oil particles or air bubbles. The volume of solution can be programmed from 1 to 2000 cm3. Measurements are taken in a programmed amount of water ranging from 1 to 2000 cm3. Measuring range is between 0.5 to 600 mm. A protocol is printed after the measurement, according to the user’s requirements.

 

MESURING PRINCIPLE:

The measurement method of the IPS analyser is complex and consists in” measurement with regard to influence of laser diffraction for the smallest particles in order to go on, for larger particles, in a continuous and gradual manner, to measure changes in the radiation stream scattered by moving particles. In this way, certain disadvantages of the “laser diffraction” used in the entire measuring range in which individual, largest particles yield weak changes in the diffraction pattern have been eliminated. There are no optical limitations for measuring individual, small and large particles in the IPS analysers. The laser radiation stream in infrared not only identifies size of particles, but also renders counting them precisely in the entire measuring range possible.An electric impulse corresponds to each participle. The impulse is proportional to the particle size. The set of particles is initially measured with the division into 4096 channels and converted (calibrated) into 256 size classes, which are available to a user.

 

MEASURING PROCEDURE:

Water solution with suspended particles from the container [3] is entered through the drain [4] to the water flowing through the analyser between union pieces [1] and [2]. The water flow is adjusted automatically after activating the volumetric pump [18] with the switch [5]. Three colour LEDs [6] inform about the operational conditions of the analyser. The container [3] hangs on the volumeter arm [22], which determines through weighing the volume of solution being measured. Measurement of particle size is completely automated and controlled by the computer [7]. Measurements of any given volumes can be programmed.

It has been shown on the hydraulic diagram of the IPS LCW analyser that the water flowing in through the union piece [1], and being passed through the electric valve [8], is dosed by the manual valve [9] so that the float does not exceed the upper level of the sensor [11] and is above the lower level of the sensor [12]. This is followed by a pressure drop to the column of water determined by the float level [10] on the valve [9] and filter [13]. The change in pressure causes air bubbles to be released in the water. The valves [15], [19] and [20] are used to vent the analyser. The electric valves [19] and [20] open automatically after the measurements have been completed. The filter [13] purifies the water from particles larger than 0.4 mm. The filter [13] operations (permeability) are controlled by means of the pressure gauge [14]. “Clean water” supplied to the chamber [16] flows into the sensor measuring zone [17], with the needle from which water solution with suspended particles flows out. “The clean water” in the sensor [17] protects the optics from dirt. The analyser automatically stops after the solution is sucked out from the container [3]. The computer-controlled volumetric pump [18] behind the sensor [17] additionally sucks in the water. The water with suspension flows from the collector [21] to the analyser through the union piece [2].Apart from the measurement program determining concentration of particles in a volume unit, the other programs are also provided, e.g. optimisation program for a given parameter in the granulation function of suspension being tested, calibration program converting granulations in a given calibration, whether sieve, aerometric or spherical. Test results are presented on multi-coloured diagrams and in the form of legible tables.

 

CHARACTERISTIC:

 

- Measuring range 0,2 - 600 µm 
- Number of measurment classes  256
- Light source  Infrared or laser diode
- Power supply  230 V AC, 50 Hz
- Operating temperature  273 do 313 K
- Analyser weight  12 kg
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Recording and archiving measurement results:

 automatic

 

 

SPECIFICATION:

 

- The main electronic IPS unit with A/C board
- Mixer
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Set of cables

- Scales
- Special container
- Desctop computer
-  Software kit (measuring, optimising and calibrating applications)

 

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