April 17, 2017

18/04/2017: Hydronix launches two new digital moisture sensors for animal feed, grain, rice and liquids

Hydronix is delighted to be launching two brand new microwave moisture sensors at the IDMA show in Istanbul

Using our already proven digital technology, our new sensors are manufactured from food safe materials specifically for use in animal feed, grain, rice, nuts and liquids.
 
Hydro-Mix HT

The Hydro-Mix HT is a high temperature sensor that will measure moisture in materials that have a process temperature of up to 120°C.

This makes it ideal for installation before or after dryers or in mixing systems. The Hydro-Mix XT is a digital moisture sensor that unlike other systems available in the market comprises a single unit that contains all on-board functionality such as signal processing, smoothing and averaging.

This sensor has an external seal enabling it to be installed in dusty or liquid processes or applications, from 1 Bar Vacuum to 5 Bar pressure.
 
Hydro-Mix XT

Both of our new sensors come with fixing plates that makes them easy to install flush with the internal wall in drying, ducting, conveying and mixing systems.

Hydronix also offers the Hydro-Probe XT sensor. This is designed for applications that require the sensor to be placed into the flowing material such as at the outlet of a silo or in the neck of a storage bin.

All Hydronix sensors are designed for use in flowing materials with readings being taken 25 times per second as the material passes across the ceramic sensing face.

With Digital Inputs/Output, a choice of measurement modes, free configuration and calibration software and a global sales and support network, Hydronix is already the supplier of choice for many OEM equipment manufacturers, system integrators and end-users.

Please visit us at IDMA, Hall 3 Stand D7 


Read more HERE.
 

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