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Microwave Moisture Analyzer Micro-Polar LB 567 / LB 568

MicroPolar EvalUnitMicro-Polar is the latest online moisture analyzer, using state-of-the-art microwave transmission technology. The measurement is carried out non-contacting, either on a conveyor belt or chute.

Without contact to the measured material, the sensors are not subjected to wear and tear and even maintenance is not required at any time.

Typical fields of applications are to be found in the mining industry and power plants, in the chemical, pulp & paper and building materials industries. The microwave method is limited for highly conductive materials. However, our application experts will evaluate the applicability of the Micro-Polar system for each individual case.

 

Measuring Principle

The representative microwave transmission technology, penetrating the whole material cross-section, allows for the high accuracy and reliability of the system.

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Micro-Polar 2 LB 567 System Highlights

Micro-Polar 2 LB 567 is predestined for applications with constant measuring conditions (e.g. constant particle size, bulk density etc.) The measurement is carried out without the need of a radiometric unit. In combination with a height sensor the system allows for a compensation of varying bulk heights on the conveyor belt. For more demanding applications however, we recommend to use the Micro-Polar Moist LB 568

Micro-Polar Moist LB 568 System Highlights

The moisture analyzer Micro-Polar Moist LB 568 is applied when the bulk density varies. Beside the moisture measurement by microwaves the system comprises also a radiometric unit to measure the area weight (mass per unit area). By combining both measurements varying bulk densities can be reliably compensated leading to a significantly improved measurement accuracy.

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