|Construction||Painted carbon steel or 304 Stainless Steel|
|Materials to be Sampled||Granular, Flake, Pellet, Slurry or other materials in a vertical gravity conveying line (GRE model featured)|
Collection systems are available as lockable cabinets or hopper style. With an automated collection system such as the Rotating Indexing Cabinet, you can receive and store samples virtually unattended. An adjustable timer is pre-set to determine the number of samples (or duration) per container. When it is time, the system automatically positions the 8, 16 or 24 sealed containers for the next filling. Other collection systems provide for automated or manual bag filling.
Mechanical dividers divide the extracted sample from the primary sampler down to a workable size while allowing the excess to return to the main material stream. These dividers are designed to maintain representative sample integrity and accuracy with lower handling costs. Manufactured in four models: MD 100, MD 200, MD 300 and MD 1000, with one, two or three sample discharges. MD 50/50 Sample Splitter also available.
Sample delivery units are used to transport bulk samples from one point to another, reducing labor costs with efficient motor operation of blower and air lock. Units are available in 2” and 3” diameter sizes. Use is dependent upon volume of sample and distance to be transported.
InterSystems control packages are available to suit any sampling control application. The standard units allow manual and automatic sampling modes and contain all the essential components to adjust and control the timing of sampling operations. These units can handle a wide variety of voltages and frequencies and can be constructed for most environments.