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Heavy Granules & Pellets
Both the Type CL-10DJ and Type CL-10DJ-7 Dynatrol® Level Detectors are designed for application to either high, intermediate, or low point level detection of a wide range of bulk solid materials. Both product models are available in order to operate successfully in products ranging from low density flakes and powders to heavy granules and pellets. All level switch components have been constructed for long operating life and require no field adjustments.
 


Settled Solids in Liquid
The Dynatrol® CL-10DJI Interface Level Detector has the unique ability to detect:

 •  a liquid and settled bed of solids
 •  a liquid and floating bed of solids
 •  the liquid phases of products having significantly different     viscosities
 


Extremely Lightweight Powders
The Dynatrol® GSS Level Detector is designed for high, intermediate, or low-point level detection of bulk solids. It is constructed to handle extremely lightweight applications that are difficult to measure or detect. The CL-10GSS is versatile enough to operate successfully with consistent results on difficult product like fine, low density powders and materials as light as 1/2 lb. per cubic foot.
 


Bulk Solids that Pack or Bridge
This level detector operates successfully with consistent results on difficult product applications like FLOUR, COCOA, SUGAR, PHARMACEUTICAL POWDERS, POWDERED LIME, FERTILIZER, FOOD SEASONINGS, PLASTIC POWDERS, PVC and PVA POWDER, STARCH, TALC, TiO2 POWDER and additional bulk solid materials.
 


Low Density Powders
The Dynatrol® Type CL-10GS Level Detector is designed for high, intermediate, or low-point level detection of bulk solids. It is constructed to handle lightweight media applications that are difficult to measure or detect. The GS Level Detector operates successfully with consistant results on difficult process applications such as fine, low density powders or fluff, flock, fumed silica, polyester and polymer powders.
 

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