DENCELL MUD-4 Slurry Density Meter is Installed in a by-pass with an Open Discharge
Installation Examples of DENCELL MUD-4 Slurry Density Meter
Below is the list of the most common installations of DENCELL MUD-4 Slurry Density Meter. Please follow individual cases for more information.
DENCELL MUD-4 Density Meter Installation on A Classifier Discharge Box
One of the simplest and reliable configurations of the bypass system. An open tray is attached to the classifier discharge box (behind the box on the image). Due to constant level of slurry in the discharge box, the tray never overflows and is left open from the top. Constant flow of slurry is fed into DENCELL MUD-4 Sludge and Slurry Density Meter via a 80mm rubber sleeve. Discharge from the density meter is taken via 203mm pipe to a tank below the discharge box.
DENCELL MUD-4 Density Meter Installation on Mill Discharge Pipeline
This installation on a mill discharge pipeline shows the DENCELL MUD-4 Density Meter positioned above the pipeline. Slurry is taken from the pipeline with a custom rubber intake (developed by our company) that is inserted into the pipeline from one of the sides. Varying depth of insertion allows to lift the flow of slurry above the main pipeline and feed it into the Density Meter. Discharge from the Density Meter is fed into the box below. With this installation, the pipeline can only be partially filled with slurry.
DENCELL MUD-4 Density Meter Installation on A Magnetic Separator
This is a typical installation of the DENCELL MUD-4 Sludge and Slurry Density Sensor via an expansion tank (top left corner). The tank can be used when connected to a 100% filled pipeline with the pressure of slurry of up to 120psi. A compensating washer is used at the inlet to the tank to drop the slurry pressure and reduce the velocity of the slurry flow through the density meter. The expansion tank is closed from the top to avoid overflow.
DENCELL MUD-4 Density Meter Installation on A FloaTATION MACHINE
Similar to the installation on a magnetic separator, DENCELL MUD-4 Sludge and Slurry Density Meter is connected to the floatation pipeline via an expansion tank.
DENCELL MUD-4 Density Meter Installation on Slurry Splitter
DENCELL MUD-4 Sludge and Slurry Density Meter is installed one level below the splitter. The slurry is fed directly into the density meter via an opening in bottom of the splitter. The opening is rubber lined using a custom rubber intake with a conical inlet. The intake can be made with a variety of inner diameters in the range of 40 to 80mm, which allows to maintain the velocity of the slurry via density meter at desired levels.
DENCELL MUD-4 Density Meter Installation on A TAILS DREGGING PIPELINE
In this installation DENCELL MUD-4 Sludge and Slurry Density Meter is connected directly to a pipeline with pressure of slurry up to 120 psi. A compensating washer is used to reduce the pressure to approximately 25 psi to maintain desired slurry flow via the density meter. The slurry is discharged from the density meter into an open tank.