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ADM: Density Meter for slurry

  The innovative, but simple and robust non-nuclear Alia Density Meter (ADM) for slurries offers accurate real-time data, allowing clients to truly optimize their production while eliminating the costs of special certifications and the disposal of hazardous materials.

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Advantages of Alia Instruments

A simple, reliable, and robust product
Easy installation; no need for external commissioning engineers
An immediate signal, showing actual values
Measurement of all materials—e.g., sand, metals, rocks, and gases—without any problems (incl. freshwater and saltwater)
Easy integration with existing systems and software

Advantages of using a non-nuclear density meter

A more sustainable business management and company reputation
Employees who are not afraid to perform checks and repairs
No need for special trainings or specifically trained personnel
Demonstrating social responsibility, and responding to society’s pressure to reduce nuclear waste
No concerns about more stringent regulations in the future
No more challenges when transporting nuclear sources

Optimise Production

The density of slurries is measured to support the operator to control and enhance the production. Traditionally this is done with gamma meters. The radioactive source however is the cause of a lot of practical drawbacks with regards to licenses, training, shipment and operators who have their reservations about using such technology. Furthermore it has an impact on the business management of companies who have to answer to society’s pressure to reduce nuclear waste, and to operate in a sustainable manner. The Alia Density Meter is an electromechanical alternative without these drawbacks. It offers a quick and accurate measurement of the density of slurries. It can be easily combined, e.g. with existing flow meters and control systems.

Working Principle

The meter’s design is as straightforward as possible: an in-line density meter that is robust and exceptionally easy to install and use. The design makes use of Newton’s second law of gravity to determine the mass of the slurry, while the volume is a known factor in the meter. This means that the output data is immediate and accurate regardless of pipe diameter or slurry composition. In order to yield accurate results, all non-gravitational forces working on the device are mitigated. In particular, to overcome arduous process conditions for example, a dredger rolling on ocean waves, or pipes vibrating under high pressure pumps an accelerometer is implemented, which can calculate and neutralize any interfering forces simultaneously

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Available sizes

⇒ ADMs are available in the following standard inner-diameter sizes:

METRIC SIZES (mm) 80 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650
METRIC SIZES (mm) 700 750 800 850 900 950 1000 1050 1100 1150 1200 1250 1300
IMPERIAL SIZES (inch) 3 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26
IMPERIAL SIZES (inch) 28 30 6 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 50 52

⇒ Apart from the standard sizes displayed above, Alia Instruments can also deliver any customized size.

⇒ Alia Density Meters are delivered with DIN, ASME, JIS, or BS10 standard flanges.

Product Options

Customers who are looking for a more complete service are also welcome. Alia Instruments is capable of delivering several standard options such as flow meters and cross-needle meters. In collaboration with our sister company, Alia Instruments can also deliver various automation solutions.

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