Suspended Solids Density Meter

Markland Specialty Engineering’s Meter measures and monitors the density of process slurries and primary, secondary, return-activated and backwash sludge in pipes, tanks, re-circulation loops and clarifiers.


Markland Suspended Solids Density Meter

Markland Suspended Solids Density MeterMarkland Specialty Engineering’s Meter measures and monitors the density of process slurries and primary, secondary, return-activated and backwash sludge in pipes, tanks, re-circulation loops and clarifiers. It helps operators determine dry/liquid additive dosages for preferred concentrations and flocculent dosages for improved filter press/centrifuge/digester performance. The meter allows users to program underflow pumps to automatically shut off before biosolids become too thin. The non-intrusive sensor uses safe ultrasound (no permits/approvals needed) and is simple to install, calibrate and clean. Readings are not affected by particulate/fluid color.

Markland Specialty Engineering

Suspended Solids Density Meter

A new suspended solids density meter from Markland Specialty Engineering monitors industrial slurry/sludge concentrations in tanks and pipelines and allows users to program sludge removal pumps for optimum density.


Suspended-Solids-Density-Meter-Meter

Suspended-Solids-Density-Meter-MeterA new suspended solids density meter from Markland Specialty Engineering monitors industrial slurry/sludge concentrations in tanks and pipelines and allows users to program sludge removal pumps for optimum density. It uses non-radioactive ultrasound to measure mix tank inflow densities. An output signal is continuously sent from the probe (throw-in style or inline spool-piece available) to a computer, providing a linear reading of the percentage of suspended solids and enabling calculation of solids mass flow. This helps operators adjust fluid/particulate amounts and polymer/chemical dosing for efficient, effective process control.

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