DSE4300 - Dry Matter Sensor
-Measuring dry matter in-line
DSE4300 is the first in a series of dry matter sensors to measure in-line in a process streams. Based on latest state of the art technology, have DSE managed to create not only a very accurate, but also fast and cost efficient dry matter sensor.
The technology used the refractive index and directive loss of the materials in a new way, which is developed together with Aarhus University in Denmark and have a patent pending.
Were to use the DSE4300
DSE4300 works installed in a piping system used for pumping the material that needs to be measured. As the material passed through the DSE4300 it will be measured in-line and the results displayed simultaneously on e.g. a computer, giving valuable measurements that enable the operator to make here-and-now decisions that potentially will optimize the process for which the DSE4300 is set to monitor.
What kind of materials can it measure?
Then using the DSE4300 it measures any kind of material dissolved or suspended in water as long as it is pump able. If the material is not pump able there is a special edition of the DSE4300 designed for manual use in e.g. laboratories.
The DSE4300 can be used to measure the amount of biomasses with high molecular weight like straw, hay, miscanthus, grasses and other biomasses suspended in water. This means that suspensions like slurry or sewage and sludge can be measured. It can also be used to monitor the amount of dry matter from e.g. the catalyst used to trigger the biogas process.