TECHNIK was requested to improve the loading of a bucket conveyor in a cement plant.
The request specified that the pace of the bucket conveyor be modified so as to permit the filling of all buckets with the similar amount of material, independent of material composition and no matter of variants in the bulk body weight triggered by diverse grain dimensions or product density. For permanent capture of the instantaneous density relative to the quantity of the bucket, DTAE TECHNIK place jointly an Endress+Hauser radiometric measuring technique appropriate for this undertaking.
Sp TECHNIK chose an ‘intelligent’ frequency converter particularly for this software which was used to straight execute the required calculations. The density benefit established by radiometric measurement is multiplied in the frequency converter by the precise pace (bucket/h) of the conveyor, and the resulting measurement is then calibrated (t/h). This supplies a nominal price for the adjustment setting which can make it possible to retain the load (body weight) of personal buckets frequent within the regulating range of the generate. It took DTA DELTA TECHNIK a mere three times to launch the new technique. This enhancement resulted in measuring deviations of a minimal <3% with which the operating company was extremely satisfied.