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Dynatrol® Density Measurement Systems are used extensively with ammonia solutions for measurement and control of density, specific gravity, or percent concentration. Dynatrol® Bulk Solid Level Switches are used on bins and hoppers for high, mid and low point detection.





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•  Eliminate multiple hand sampling when mixing

•  Real time percent concentration measurements of ammonium hydroxide with no   

    effects from pressure changes or pipe vibration

•  Virtually no maintenance costs


Density Measurement


The Dynatrol® CL-10HY Density Cell and Series 2000 Digital Converter are used around the world for measurement of Anhydrous Ammonia and ammonia solutions. Our density products can measure and display specific gravity , density  or percent concentration of ammonia products. The density cell measures the characteristics of a vibrating tube and temperature of the product. The electronic converter then calculates the percent concentration and density of the solution inside the Density Cell.  Our Density Systems are used for measurement on:

• Ammonia Solutions

Ÿ• Ammonium Nitrate

   - Ammonia

Ÿ• Anhydrous Ammonia

   - Ammonium Hydroxide

Ÿ• Diammonium Phosphate

   - Ammonia Liquor

Ÿ• Nitric Acid

   - Ammonia Water

•Ÿ Phosphoric Acid

   - Ammoniacal Liquor

•Ÿ Urea

   - Aqua Ammonia


   - Aqueous Ammonia




Bulk Solids Level Detection


Our Bulk Solid Level Switches are used for determining the level of powders or granulars in a bin or hopper. Dynatrol® level switch products have very stringent hazardous location ratings including Class 1, Division 1. Groups A B C and D. They can be used for level detection of any ammonium salt that does not attack stainless steel. These level switches can be manufactured with various sensitivities. The lightest can detect powdered polystyrene foam and the heavy duty products can be used on things as difficult as crushed concrete or rock.


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